Liberated Paths Grantees Featured in Navajo Times

Indigenous Cultural Concepts and Sustainable Housing Initiative, two inaugural Liberated Paths grantees doing exceptional work at the intersections of conservation and cultural reclamation in the Navajo Nation, were recently featured in Navajo Times. Indigenous Cultural Concepts is promoting healthier and safer water through a filtration project that aims to offset the destructive impacts of nearby coal/uranium mining and oil/gas extraction. Sustainable Housing Initiative is slowing environmental degradation by repurposing materials often found polluting natural environments–including tires, glass, cans, and plastics–and making them useful for sustainable long-term housing. Check out the incredible impact both groups are having here.