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Re-emergence Encampment

with Indigenous Communities of Northern Colorado
June 16, 17, 18


Fort Collins, CO

• Overland Trail & CR 42C •

Open space east of

Maxwell Natural Areas

Re-Emergence Encampment

Re-Emergence Workshops

  • Food Sovereignty, Wellness and Nutrition

  • Permaculture Gardening and Indigenous Practices

  • Demonstration Garden Sites and Hands-on Participation

  • Soil and Natural Building


Four Nations Celebrations


Lakota – African – Taiko – Celtic

• Drummers
• Storytellers
• Spoken Word

Amy Rose

Cultivating the next generation of nature protectors through sharing knowledge in Indigenous lifeways and ethnobotany. Amy Rose is the founder of The Virginia Free Farm, working to provide free nutrient dense food assistance to those in need.

Lyla June Johnston

Lyla June is a public speaker, artist, scholar and community organizer from Taos New Mexico. Her messages and music focus on Indigenous rights, supporting youth, traditional land stewardship practices and healing intergenerational trauma.

Shannon Francis

Dineh & Hopi, Shannon comes from 12 generations of earth caretakers, ethnobotanists & seed keepers. A certified Permaculture Design Instructor, Shannon focuses on Indigenous Permaculture, weaving Traditional Ecological Knowledge with innovative science, and is one of the few female Indigenous Permaculturists in the Southwestern regions.

We Need Your Support Today!

Participants enjoy Tiyospaye (extended family) and Community Centered Learning

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  • Volunteer site crews-are welcome to arrive for pre-build, June 11 - 16, and stay on in support of public programs, workshops & celebrations

  • Primitive camping available on-site for participants and volunteers (please bring what you need for personal comfort)

We Need Your Support Today!

Project Winter Warmth

Project Winter Warmth

Help provide propane and alternative heating infrastructure for Wounded Knee on the PineRidge Reservation.

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