Protecting the air we breath, the water we drink and the food we consume.
Stewardship means responsible
governance and care for the sustainability of the physical and
cultural environment that will be passed on to future generations.
Stewardship is a civic, corporate and individual responsibility.
Business and civic actions taken without regard to the life and
environment of future generations are unacceptable in a civilized
The original stewards of the earth were the indigenous peoples who
learned to live in balance with the world that surrounded them.
Today the responsibility is global. We reach out to these people
to teach and to learn, to protect our collective history and our
Stewards of the Earth provides
educational, social and economic services to low-income and
Indigenous people in the United States, Mexico and Latin America;
through advocacy and Model Programs, with a focus in a healthy
environment, renewable energy, and sustainable physical and
cultural values which will be passed on to future generations.
Stewards of the Earth are
advocates and community leaders whose primary objectives are
1. Stewardship of Our Environment:
Protect West Pacific Coast communities and environment with
continued emphasis on programs, projects, education and
interventions on behalf of regional sustainable energy solutions
over petrochemical or global energy consortiums.
2. Stewardship of Indigenous Peoples:
Maintain continuity in cross-border cultural heritage and
relations by working with indigenous people in the United States,
Mexico and Latin America and by supporting projects that provide
sustainable economics thru education, employment and a clean
3. Stewardship of Our Collective History:
Foster and encourage archival collections that will protect the
rich history and culture of indigenous people and reveal to future
generations the forces that disrupt and preserve sustainable
communities and economies.