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Saturday, June 9, 2018

Dine' Roberto Nutlouis -- Water, Corn and a Just Transition for Sacred Beings



Navajo harvest, photo by Roberto Nutlouis

Roberto's corn beans and squash field. These hardy plants haven't been watered since they were planted 
Photo by Elizabeth Hoover
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The insanity of western civilization thinks our resources are infinite. -- Roberto Nutlouis
Article by Brenda Norrell
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DILKON, Navajo Nation -- Dine' Roberto Nutlouis has been on a journey of discovering how Peabody Coal abused the aquifer, and how to share this with the local communities. Along the way, the Dine' teachings have guided him as a farmer, and in the struggle for a just transition to solar from fossil fuels.
Speaking at Dine' CARE's Western Peoples Convention, Roberto said, "We are Sacred Beings, we come from an intention of Power."

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