Rocky Mountain Pachamama Alliance Community

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  • Hello Rocky Mountains!

    I wanted to let you know that Pachamama Alliance is hosting the VOICES FOR THE EARTH SUMMIT (Wed, April 22, 8:30 am - 5:30 pm, PDT) -- An online gathering of some of the great thinkers of our time to look at how we might come out of this pandemic ready to regenerate our planet and social institutions.

    You can register at to get the summit link, and then join for any sessions that interest you throughout the day.

    Speaker Schedule: 

    9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. PT — Morning speakers: 
    - Arkan Lushwala - Indigenous Ceremonial Leader
    - Lynne Twist - Author and Co-founder of Pachamama Alliance
    - Paul Hawken - Environmentalist and Author
    - Jojo Mehta - Director & Co-Founder of Ecological Defense Integrity
    - Mark Reynolds - Executive Director of Citizens’ Climate Lobby
    - Manari Ushigua - Healer and Sápara Nation Leader
    - Belen Paez - Director of Fundación Pachamama
    - John Perkins - Author and Co-founder of Pachamama Alliance
    - Hazel Henderson - Author and Futurist
    - Raj Sisodia - Author, Speaker, Co-founder of Conscious Capitalism Inc.
    - Paul Dolan - Regenerative Agriculturalist

    12:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. PT — Afternoon speakers: 
    - Dolores Huerta - Labor Leader and Activist
    - Pat McCabe - Activist, Author, and Ceremonial Leader
    - Lyla June - Public Speaker, Poet, and Musician
    - Van Jones - TV Host, Author, and Activist
    - Angel Kyodo williams - Activist and Zen Priest
    - Atossa Soltani - Activist and Founder of Amazon Watch
    - Annie Leonard - Executive Director pf Greenpeace, USA
    - Charles Eisenstein - Author & Speaker

    Hope to see you there!

  • Celebrate Earth Day's 50th birthday with Western Colorado University MEM students in a virtual climate-action conference, Drawdown C3S: Climate Change Community Solutions, April 22 6-8pm and April 25 2-4pm. We'll present an overview of Paul Hawken's "Drawdown" solutions then break out into focus groups to identify actions and opportunities for advocacy to achieve climate solutions locally, nationally, and beyond. This event is free and open to the public. Enroll today for April 222 or for April 25.

  • Hello Rockies! We just moved to the Boulder area in March this year from L.A. Looking forward to meeting you all one day, in blessed unrest, Salomeh x

  • Dear Community, I have organized a trip to Sharamentsa, Ecuador planned for October 2-9 for those that may be interested. My group of Pachamama Journeyers in 2017, now named EPICA (and a 501(c)3), was moved by a request from this Achuar community to build a school to help them to learn English so as to have a better tool to save their way of life, their lands, and to communicate with our world about the importance of the rainforest. We will dedicate the school and celebrate with Achuar elders and all of the community. There are many activities and hikes planned as well as ceremonies. If you have any interest it would be my pleasure to talk with you about the trip! There are a few places left, and limited to 12 participants. You can check it out on or message me.

  • Dear Pachamama Alliance family,

    Indigenous ceremonial leader and Pachamama Alliance advisor Arkan Lushwala (Andean and Lakota) will be in Boulder on Saturday, October 19th for one day of teaching and ceremony.

    Our day together will include spiritual teaching, a community lunch and a healing Inipi ceremony (sweat lodge) in the evening. The ceremony will be followed by a simple soup meal.

    To learn more about Arkan’s work and to read an excerpt of his book, The Time of the Black Jaguar visit:

    Saturday, October 19, 2019
    10am to approximately 9pm

    Boulder, CO

    Casual & comfortable. For the Inipi, men wear shorts and women wear long cotton dresses or long skirts & blouse (please have shoulders covered). Bring a towel and a warm jacket.

    A nourishing lunch will be provided as well as a light dinner after the Inipi. We request a $25 donation per person to cover the cost of food, lodge expenses, and incidentals (tea, coffee, chairs etc.). If you have specific food allergies/ requirements, please check with us or provide your own meal. If you are not able to contribute $25, please let us know and we will find an alternative way for you to contribute.

    Arkan does not charge for ceremony. If you would like to contribute to his teachings, you are invited to do so. Your donations are an expression of reciprocity and will go toward supporting Arkan and his wife Marilyn so that they can continue their important work in the world

    To reserve your place, please register through eventbrite:

    There is limited space, so register early. Email with any questions you may have. More detailed information will be sent to those who will be attending, closer to the event.

    It is our prayer that this invitation will reach those who are committed to the healing of humanity through remembering our original, inherent wisdom as caretakers of the earth. Please check in with Jamie or Wael before extending this invitation to others who you believe will be open to the learning, and respectful of this opportunity.

    With gratitude,

    Jamie Beachy & Wael Garas

  • Good morning,

    While I live in SF, my home will always be Colorado. I hope you don't mind me posting here.

    I'm the founder of Make Our Kids Healthy Again - an organization inspired by Drawdown with a mission to educate children on the benefits of a plant-based diet on the environment and health.

    We just launched a free coloring sheet on our website!!! You can access it here (copy/paste):

    We’re looking to reach more people and make our program more accessible. Would you be willing to promote and share this with your audience via social media or your email newsletter?

    I’d appreciate any support you can provide - thank you!