Living Bridges Projects
Living Bridges is collaborating with other Non-Profit organizations
in Peru in the ongoing development and support of two projects for
and within indigenous communities in Peru.
In the Andean District, the Q'eros Community Project in three
years installed clean water systems for each family in eight communities.
Also in this community is the first Cultural Heritage School, serving
many children in giving them a future through literacy in the written
and oral traditions of their culture.
The second project in the Amazonian Manu Park Perimeter Zone, is
a multi-organizational collaboration in the formation of a Shamans
Confederation, for the sharing of Plant Teaching and Healings and
the organizing of Youth Shamanic Trainings in the Amazonian Basin
of Peru, again assuring the transmission of ancient knowledge for
Finally, our Web-based project, ShamansOnLine.org,
features information and "Messages from the Natural World"
spoken by the shamans of Manu Perimeter Zone, Peru and greater
Educational Seminars and Trainings
Living Bridges Foundation supports the transmission of indigenous
knowledge and wisdom by sponsoring Educational Seminars and Trainings
which are offered by indigenous people worldwide or by those who
are native to or expert in or support an indigenous Wisdom Tradition
Our seminars and sponsorships have included offerings by John Seed,
Austrailian Rainforest Activist, Don Alejandro Jahuranchi of the
Huachipaeri tribe of Peru. We offer education to the public in slide
shows and school programs.
A portion of all proceeds from these offerings are donated to projects
which benefit the indigenous peoples.