Partners/Links

Partners

Project Pueblo

Group photo while working in Black Mesa Glenna Begay home

Project Pueblo was started by Sean and Ryan Wycliffe. It is composed of a consortium of students from UC Berkeley and La Sierra University
Since the lifting of a 43-year Bennett Freeze by President Obama in 2007, Project Pueblo has helped us build and repair homes, install safe drinking water systems with the help of funding from Johnny Depp and the Johnny Depp Zone and a grant from UC Berkeley.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Zoe Heller, EPA

Zoe Heller – Region 9, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Clancy Tenley, EPA

Clancy Tenley – Assistant Director, Superfund Division at US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Navajo Nation Environmental Protection Agency

Navajo Department of Water Resources

Navajo Department of Social Services

Eckerd College Project, 2008

Eckerd College Students

Eckerd College Spring Break 2008

Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University

Albuquerque Professional Engineers without Borders Chapter

Home Depot, Flagstaff, AZ

Home Depot Partners

Home Depot, partner on Black Falls Water Project.
Home depot, 1325 W Route 66, Flagstaff, AZ

Eagle Energy/Elephant Energy

Bessie Wilson Getting Solar Lights Bodaway Gap

In collaboration with Forgotten People, Eagle Energy received grant funding to install solar lights to `140 families living in remote areas and worked with the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC) to identify elderly the most in need).

US Indian Health Service, Tuba City, AZ

Indian Health Service (IHS) partner

Indian Health Service (IHS)
Kurt Kesteloot, Sr. Env. Eng. Tuba City OEHE, Tuba City, AZ

North Country Health Care, Radiation Screening & Education Progam, Flagstaff, AZ

Oliverian H.S. in Haverhill, NH

Oliverian H.S. in Haverhill, NH

Students from Oliverian H.S. in Haverhill, NH came out to build a Hogan in Tonalea.
These students worked hard, learned how to make frybread and had a great time.

Operation 29:11

operation2911

Operation 29:11 mission is to restore hope and change lives. They connect generous people who have resources to Native American people who have great needs. They bring hope to the people. They delivered a semi load of water to people drinking contaminated water, Christmas presents and raised funds and brought together builders from around the U.S. to build a home in Bodaway/Gap.

Mesa Grande Academy

Mesa Grande Academy is a fully accredited college preparatory parochial K-12. They come out over the Thanksgiving holiday and have helped us build a Hogan in Cameron and done 3 home makeovers.

Mesa Grande Academy is a fully accredited college preparatory parochial K-12. They come out over the Thanksgiving holiday and have helped us build a Hogan in Cameron and done 3 home makeovers.

US Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, San Francisco, CA

Navajo Nation Radon Program, Window Rock, Arizona

Dooda Desert Rock

Indigenous Environmental Network

The Heller School for Social Policy, Brandeis University

Brandeis Students Alternative Spring Break, 2009

Brandeis students in Black Falls alternative spring break 2009
Black Falls AZ, Navajo Nation
Students implementing water systems with community members.

Kaibab National Forest

NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute

The Los Angeles Times

The Gallup Independent

Desert Rock Blog

Elouise Brown, Forgotten People Board of Directors

Elouise Brown, Forgotten People Board of Directors

 

The NGO Global Network

Quilts Beyond Borders

Quilt giveaway in Black Mesa, with Quilts Beyond Borders

Our partner Quilts Beyond Border is a charity that provides quilts to children and elderly in under served areas of the world. Over 200 hand made quilts have been distributed and more quilts are currently being made for Christmas 2015 giveaway.
https://quiltsbeyondborders.wordpress.com/

Action Without Borders

The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

John Leeper, Navajo Nation Water Management Branch manager

John Leeper, Navajo Nation Water Management Branch manager

John Leeper, Navajo Nation Water Management Branch manager

Links

Navajo Nation Superfund Site, April 2009 – As an interim measure, the EPA has been providing bottled drinking water to two families in a very remote area of Black Falls who have relied on unregulated wells contaminated with uranium.