Focus Areas

Tapestry Institute has worked for more than 20 years to advance Indigenous Knowledge in a number of different ways, with programs of original scholarship, education, presentations, and publications. Everything we do uses and integrates different ways of knowing, learning about, and responding to the natural world in relational reciprocity. At this time, our work is focused primarily in these four areas:

IKhana Fund to advance emergent Indigenous Knowledge
Indigenizing Environmental Law to protect the natural world
Horse Ibachakali, horses teaching about Indigenous Knowledge and worldview
Publications for a wide range of learners and scholars