Ihiya Biological Reserveis creating a community land preservation and plant medicine project
For ten dollars a month (or just .33 cents a day), you become a MEMBER of Ihiya! Not only will you have the satisfaction of knowing you are part of something extraordinary, you will get a monthly member newsletter, which will include updates on Ihiya progress, educational and inspirational writings, photos, and upcoming social and educational gatherings at Ihiya.
About Ihiya Biological Reserve
Ihiya Biological Reserve is a nonprofit entity incorporated in the state of Washington. It was formed for the purpose of protecting an essential wetlands so that it can exist unimpaired for wildlife and for human appreciation, connection to nature, environmental education, and wild herbal medicine. The land is located on beautiful San Juan Island, WA and consists of 33 acres of vital riparian habitat that feeds our precious Salish Sea.
This project protects and strengthens self-reliance and interdependence at a time of great global uncertainty. Our combination of land stewardship, indigenous teachings, citizen science, and the teaching and creation of wild plant medicine is a completely unique endeavor...and we hope to be an inspiration for other communities! Your financial contributions will help with the purchase and ongoing stewardship of this land, lovingly referred to as "Ihiya", so that it thrives and is of benefit for generations to come.
The Ihiya Team