Journal

There is an interconnectedness that reminds us we don’t exist in this world alone. Caring for those around us, ensuring they are able to both survive and thrive, and taking care of the things that are of value to all of us is a way to show we understand the real meaning of community. As […]
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Autumn is here, and soon the smell of roasting chile will suffuse the New Mexico air. After long days of quarantine, the scent will be a nice reminder that the natural world is still there for us. As we begin to emerge and interact with the world at large once again, it’s important to keep […]
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National Nurses Day, created to highlight the important role nurses play in our communities, is even more important this year. As frontline workers during this global pandemic, nurses have become true superheroes. One day hardly seems like enough to show our appreciation, but we want to let these amazing men and women know how grateful […]
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Spring is coming! Despite all the other distractions, nature is ready to start blooming. And in Santo Domingo Pueblo, the people are already getting prepared for that to happen. With a longstanding tradition of growing most of their own food, families in the village are looking forward to another year of planting and harvesting. One […]
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Social distancing means a number of changes are in store for all of us. One place which has closed its boundaries to outsiders during this time is Santo Domingo Pueblo. Life inside those boundaries goes on, however, and the people are looking for ways to stay as connected as possible. With some creativity and the […]
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