Wisdom Keepers

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There are fifty+ channels on YouTube bringing the voices of wisdom keepers to the fore, most publishers are indigenous communities. We support the sharing and preservation of sacred wisdom teachings, the very foundation of sustainability principles and practices, and offer EarthSayers as a "connecting tool" working towards the idea of One Voice through this special collection and other vidoes on EarthSayers such the series, Native Perspectives on Sustainability and special collections on Indigenous Elders Dr. David Courchene, Ilarion Merculief, and Dr. Robin Kimmerer

We are grateful to the individuals and organizations who are using the world wide web to present and spread the indigenous voices of wisdom.

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Moving About the Land with Larry Littlebird | Bioneers
February 21, 2019

Larry Littlebird is the founder of Hamaatsa, 320 acres of ancestral land, where he is modeling a spiritual relationship with that land. He embodies the traditional wisdom of living in the moment in kinship with all other beings including plants and animals.

LARRY LITTLEBIRD is a Pueblo Indian from Laguna/Santo Domingo Pueblos in New Mexico.  Larry Littlebird celebrates an indigenous holistic way of life.  Over the past 40 years, Larry has worked extensively as a life coach, corporate trainer, education specialist, national speaker and performing artist. Larry’s coaching and mentoring style draws upon his multi-faceted background as a Native filmmaker, artist, master storyteller, wilderness facilitator, and his personal experience as a hunter-gatherer-farmer, informed by his rich oral tradition and Pueblo Indian culture. 

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