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The goal of our school is to teach and strengthen the Natural and Traditional Ways to build cooperation, friendships and trust. We want above all to build a Peaceful Future of coexistence with the Earth and all beings.
The South American Bridge Project formalized work already being shared in Cusco, Peru, and Cochabamba, Bolivia, assisting the Quechua and Aymara communities to survive and thrive in their remote Andesí locations. Existing organizations we work with include Ayllus Ecologicos, and the Womenís Coordinadora of the High Valley of Cochabamba.
Food and Seed Sovereignty
The Native Earth Bio Culture Council consortium is another branch of INTK and it holds annual symposiums that hosts internationally renowned speakers as well as local and regional experts in the areas of food security and sustainable ecology and a heritage seed exchange as well as panels on youth issues in the 21st century, food and nutrition, water issues and traditional farming, land restoration and medicinal herbs. An important theme will is pro-active community response in support of sustainable communities, ecologies, health and indigenous spiritual practices. There is a vendors market featuring natural earth friendly products, information and services. These events, we hope, will contribute tremendously toward the goal of making the entire nation aware of the need for sustainable agriculture and the Genetic modified food issue.
Our newest branch
of INTK is the Center
for Natural and Traditional Knowledge the CNTK's mission is
to develop and distribute a template for sustainable co-existence and
environmental education. INTK received an international mandate from
Leaders across North, Central and South America, to transition our
economies back to localized community production.