"Heal Our Mother Earth" is a non-profit organization that was developed to combine all of our healing ways as a society in which we are doing to reassure that Mother Earth is protected and healed. This website is a Native American based organization but is open for the public to also share how they can and are helping heal this earth.
During Covid-19 we have been able to offer counsel to others through hard times, supply medical supplies, provide garden seeds and starters, aid with money for those who need it, locate resources to help other find a new home and get the help they need, provide education regarding issues to do with the world. Our group services people throughout the entire world.
Please honor our request and respect our culture. Do not continue to sell our sacred pray medicines. If you are Native learn to share them with whom the Creator lays it upon you to do so. With this you will witness the blessings unfold before your eyes. We have a sacred culture and wish to protect it.
Why Is Heal Our Mother EarthThe Most Trending Thing Now? As we are faced with a worldwide pandemic, we are also faced with the realization of what destruction the human race has done to Mother Earth. As a non-profit organization, we are dedicated to preserving Mother Earth.
"Empower Cultural Connection"
Connect the people of Mother Earth and together you will have the ability to protect her.
This contest, "We Still Exist - Win This Face Mask" is connected to "Make America Native Again." This contest requires you to provide an idea of a Native American based business you would like to see online or you would like to own. Provide your ideas in the comments. If I choose your idea to be the first business website I develop and post for sale, then you win this
The woolly bear is also called woolly worm or fuzzy worm. This adorable little guy holds the position of being able to forecast the coming winter weather. The Woolly Bear caterpillar has 13 distinct sections along its body of either rusty brown or black. It is said, the wider the rusty brown sections (or the more brown sections there are), the milder the coming winter will be. The more black there is, the more severe the winter.