Honor the Earth Traditional Native American Farmers Association
2 non-profit organizations
invite you to IT TAKES A VILLAGE!
Feb. 6, 2020 – 7:00PM through 10:00PM (doors open 6:30pm)
on the corner of Paseo de Peralta and Washington Ave. in Santa Fe, NM.
TICKETS ONLINE: www.universe.com/ittakesaville-santafe
A pre-show FUNDRAISER reception included in $125 tickets
5:30 to 6:30PM in the Scottish Rite Ballroom
5:30PM – 6:30PM Reception in Ballroom
6:30PM DOORS OPEN
7:00PM BLESSING – Vickie Downey, Tesuque Pueblo Elder & Welcome with Clayton Brascoupe, Traditional Native American Farmers Association
7:10PM – 8PM Lyla June Johnston
8:00PM – 8:30PM Winona LaDuke
8:30PM – 10PM Indigo Girls
IT TAKES A VILLAGE is a collaboration formed to create a public awareness, fundraising benefit for Honor the Earth and Traditional Native American Farmers Association (TNAFA), who, once the expenses have been covered will split equally the proceeds.
Honor the Earth is the 501[c]3 fiscal agent and Leslie Larsen is the event producer. They will provide the basis for maximizing the opportunity to generate volunteer, sponsor and patron support working closely with Honor the Earth, TNAFA, and Vickie Downey for IT TAKES A VILLAGE.
- Clayton Brascoupe–Founder and Executive Director for Traditional Native American Farmers Association
- Vickie Downey–Tesuque Pueblo Elder
- Winona LaDuke, Amy Ray & Emily Saliers–Founders for Honor the Earth
- Leslie Larsen–Event Producer and owner Global Gathering Productions
Raise awareness, expand outreach and engage the community in programs that support healthy families, sustainable traditional farming, seed saving and respectful relationship with each other and Earth. Develop vitally active collaborations that strengthen our communities and raise funds for the three non-profit organizations to continue their work. Be a catalyst for diverse groups and businesses to envision a healthy future by providing models and avenues to strengthen well-being for all.