Archives: December 2014

A Memorable Year Ends

ʔu gʷlapu, haʔɫ syaʔyaʔ (Hello, good friend) 2014 is coming to a close, and we want to thank our community for making our 40th year of service one of the most successful in our history. Our people have come together since time immemorial to identify and advance our priorities. No matter the issue we face,View Article >

Garden Volunteer D’ana Soto

D’Ana Soto, Mexican / Chihene / Apache, recently began volunteering in the NAYA Learning and Medicine Wheel Garden after coming to NAYA with Judy BlueHorse Skeletons’ PSU Capstone class, Indigenous Gardens & Food Justice. D’Ana’s love and connection with the plant world is evident through her 25 years of farming experience. She’s been an ancient seedView Article >