As a local wisdom-keeper advised,
"Well-being is nourished
by being accountable to a people and a place..."
"Love Where We Live!"TM
Youth Ambassadors &
we remember the loss of Dr Larry Emerson
of TDK learning Community in Navajo Nation.
You can share reflections or join us in honoring his life here.
~ Connect & Learn ~
Connect with local residents
and community organizations &
learn about life including:
local history, language revitalization,
food security, sustainable farming,
seed saving, water conservation, sustainable building,
peace-making, conflict resolution,
historical trauma, colonialism and de-colonization, economics,
non-profit management, the arts,
teaching and learning in a diverse world, innovative regional careers, and more...
"Working with the Community Learning Network in Santa Fe provides participants with a remarkable and unforgettable program which promotes cross-cultural understanding and a provides profound experiences which highlight the rich tapestry of the interconnection of the spiritual and cultural aspects of the Southwest. It has been my privilege to bring groups of adults and teenagers to the Santa Fe area where they can experience a deeper understanding of their own faith, and their own humanity. I hope to be involved for several more years with the Community Learning Network which provides high quality programming and personal attention." Deacon Steve Herrera, Diocese of San Jose
To learn more or schedule a trip, contact us.
To learn more or schedule a trip, contact us.
to our Circles of Support and
all of the amazing people and projects
we work with.
We have worked with outstanding college and high school groups, as well as alumni groups, faith-based groups, business groups, and family groups from:.
Iona College, Fairfield University, Fordham Univesrity, Stonehill College, Villanova University, Saint Thomas University, Saint Joseph's College, Manhattan College, University of San Diego, Saint Vincent Saint Patrick High School , Archbishop Mitty High School, Bishop Eustace High School, and more...
Special thanks to collaborating local individuals and organizations including:
Amma Foundation, Amy Biehl Elementary School, Bandelier National Monument, Beneficial Farms, BluuHouse Studio, Casa del Toro, Castro's, Chabad Center, Chimayo Santuario, CJ Higgins Chocolate, Christ in the Desert Monastery, City of Santa Fe and Mayor's Office, Creativity for Peace, Del Charro, Days Inn of Santa Fe, Desert Montessori, Dream Dine' Charter School, Earthcare, El Portal, ENLACE, Fayette Academy, Four Bridges Traveling Permaculture Institute and Farm, GEARUP New Mexico, Hamaatsa, Heart to Heart, Jicarilla Apache Nation, Kakawa, Kindling Spirits, Kitchen Angels, La Tierra Montessori Charter School, LISTO Language Institute for Sustainability and Transformative Education at Oaxaca, LittleGlobe, Loretto Chapel, Los Amigos Del Parque, Musica Mundial and EWTN, , Native American Farmer's Alliance, Monte del Sol Charter School, Native Young Growers Association, NM Acequia Association, New Mexico Higher Education Department, O'Keeffe Museum, Our Lady of Guadalupe Santuario and Lunch Program, PC's restaurant, Rio Arriba County, Rivers and Birds, Rodeo de Santa Fe, Sage Inn, San Francisco de Asis Church and Parish, San Miguel Mission Church, Santa Fe Bandstand, Santa Fe College of Art and Design, Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe Community Farm and Farm Stand, Santa Fe Farmer's Market, Santa Fe Food Depot, Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity, Santa Fe Horse Rescue Shelter, Santa Fe Presbyterian Church, Santa Fe Realtor's Association, Santa Fe Visitors' Center, S.C.O.R.E., Shiprock Gallery, Sovereign Mind Productions, Southwest Learning Centers, St. Elizabeth's Shelter, St. Michael’s Soup Kitchen, Stand in the Light Studios, StartUp Santa Fe, Storm Cloud Media, Taos Pueblo Oo-oonah Arts Center and Senior Center, Taos Pueblo’s Red Willow Farm and Farmers Market, TDK Learning Community, Tesuque Pueblo Community Farm and Seed Bank, Tia Sophia's, Tierra Encantada Charter School, The Capitol Art Collection, The Graduate Institute, The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, The Native American Charter Academy, The Northern Navajo Youth Alliance, The Santa Fe Mayor's Office, The Santa Fe Rodeo, The Tibetan Association, The Women in Circle, Tierra Encantada, Treehouse, Tse'Bit'Ai Healing Center, Upaya, Walatowa Cultural Center and Walatowa High School at Jemez Pueblo, Yogi Bajan Ashram, Youthworks, the Rio Grande River, the Sangre de Christo Mountains, EarthMom, and more..
AND deepest appreciation for support from:
LANL Foundation, Verizon, Internet Society, Facebook, Santa Fe Community Foundation, Opportunity Santa Fe, The Foundation for Monte del Sol, Nature's Creations, Nusenda, Rio Arriba County Office of Economic Development, CNM- Ingenuity, Santa Fe Community College, City of Santa Fe Office of Economic Development, Stagecoach Foundation, Southwest Learning Centers and the National Endowment for the Arts, PNM, Google, ARIN, ICANN, the 1st-Mile institute, the First Mile Connectivity Consortium, Facebook, The Rachael and Ben Vaughan Foundation, Fidelity Charitable's James Simmons and Karen Rudolph Fund, Renaissance Charitable Foundation's Wells Fargo Philanthropy Fund of Pete and Hilary Giovale, Bioneers Collective Heritage Institute, Partners in Education, MCune Charitable Foundation, and more...