I am very aware that this craft, this medicine, this offering, this business relies on a healthy, vibrant and equitable eco-system. Healthy soil, healthy waterways, healthy air, healthy people - they are integral to our survival and to the spirit and effectiveness of these offerings and my work.
One of the ways I am choosing to show reciprocity is in supporting organizations that are on the front lines of earth, social and restorative justice and care. Thankfully there are many, and many more being birthed every year — Amulette currently pledges 5% of all profits to the following organizations:
Our mission is to create awareness and support for Native environmental issues and to develop needed financial and political resources for the survival of sustainable Native communities. Honor the Earth develops these resources by using music, the arts, the media, and Indigenous wisdom to ask people to recognize our joint dependency on the Earth and be a voice for those not heard.
The challenge and potential of the time we are in is significant. How we show up to it, how well we coordinate with each other and navigate breakdowns determine how possible our vision is for the future. The Embodiment Institute and The Black Embodiment Initiative are committed to supporting the work that will lead us to change from the inside out. TEI is a training and research entity focused on bringing about relational transformation through embodied healing and towards justice.
Amid the pressures of increasing development and a changing climate, there is a critical need to ensure a balanced and sustainable approach to planning for the future of Central Oregon. LandWatch has been working to guide development where it belongs and protect the land and water that sustains our communities and ecosystems.
LandWatch is at the forefront of defending our region’s waterways, wildlife, farms, and forests and promoting vibrant and sustainable cities and towns. As an environmental watchdog and land use advocate, LandWatch defends what matters most to Central Oregonians.
Our volunteer-run collective came together to increase timely and crucial community care through use of accessible herbal medicine to support individuals emotionally, spiritually and physically. Through this project, we are sharing trauma-informed herbal knowledge to support Black and Indigenous community members so that they may stay well during this time of increased time of need.
United Plant Savers' mission is to protect native medicinal plants of the United States and Canada and their native habitat while ensuring an abundant renewable supply of medicinal plants for generations to come.