The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is home to a Resilience Garden where we practice traditional Pueblo farming techniques and cultivate endangered Pueblo crops. Everyone is invited to walk through the garden's paths to appreciate agriculture in action, or to get their hands dirty by joining in our learning series, Seasons of Growth.
The Resilience Garden is an important tool for teaching visitors about the Pueblo people's agricultural and culinary traditions, as well as our core values of sustainability and stewardship. Children and adults who attend our Traditional Teachings Camps learn how our Pueblo ancestors adapted to the region's high desert climate and how food cultivation relates to nutrition.
Our garden thrives only with the support of dedicated donors, volunteers, and interns. Learn more about the various ways you can support our mission.