Updated: Sep 21, 2021
August 16, 2021
“One month ago I went to the Espada aqueduct to sit with the sounds of the chichárras and water flowing. When I go there, I feel the indigenous energies of Yanawana so strongly. I went and connected with those energies, but I was so saddened that the water had so much trash in it: from small pieces of plastic to a big shopping cart. I made the intention to come back soon and clean up a little as my offering to the indigenous land and Yanawana.
I thank SanArte for helping me make this vision come true and finding people to come with me to help. It was nice to do this together and we removed a lot of trash as a collective. We offered some cantos to Yanawana, too. Also, thank you to the chichárras, baby toads, and birds who joined us out there. What a lovely experience.” -Eli G. Rodriguez SanArte looks forward to rotating in our monthly land care days with River service and prayer these coming months. Next one is planned for October so please stay tuned!
" It was nice to do this together and we removed a lot of trash as a collective."