Greetings in the name of the Ancient Traditions.
We are reaching out to all the Natural people of the Americas,
responding to a Vision of People prepared by knowledge and wisdom to
survive and prosper.
Our Ancestral Heritage is rooted in the respect for all Manifestations
We also share the Spiritual knowledge that we are a Global Community.
Therefore we feel that the time is now here for all to come together:
to learn respect and to live in PEACE and in Balance with our Mother
Earth and all our Relations.
this in mind and heart, we are fostering groups that are sharing
knowledge for the emerging Age.
goal of our organization is to provide the fiscal agency for groups and
individuals that want to share the Natural and Traditional Ways of
building cooperation, friendships and trust. We want above all to build
a Peaceful Future of coexistence with the Earth and all beings.
of INTK is the Center
for Natural and Traditional Knowledge the CNTK's mission is
to develop and distribute a template for sustainable co-existence and
environmental education. INTK received an international mandate from
Leaders across North, Central and South America, to transition our
economies back to localized community production.
CNTK has a three-pronged approach to sustainable practice: Victory
Gardens for the home, Children's Gardens for schools, and CSA Gardens
for Villages and Communities. Available also are courses in sustainable
practices, such as retrofitting buildings for efficiency, forest
gardening and maple sugaring, construction of natural buildings with
local materials, and basic earth-honoring teachings from around the
world. Home school and after school programs are available.
Through our Agricultural branch known as Four
Bridges Traveling Permaculture Institute we are addressing the needs of
indigenous communities around the globe.
In essence our "Four Bridges" reach out in all directions to establish
a network of people to address global issues in all of our communities.
We are accomplishing this by first addressing the poverty, and lack of
healthy sustainable living practices in these communities.
The South American Bridge Project
formalized work already being shared in Cusco, Peru, and Cochabamba,
Bolivia, assisting the Quechua and Aymara communities to survive and
thrive in their remote Andesí locations. Existing
organizations we work with include Ayllus Ecologicos, and the Womenís
Coordinadora of the High Valley of Cochabamba.