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About S.A.C.R.Ed Eco-Center

At S.A.C.R.Ed Eco-Center, we strive to provide our community with the resources and tools to heal and move forward in a culturally-informed and holistic way. We are committed to creating a brave space for our members to reconnect with their ancestral roots by decolonizing, integrating, re-indigenizing and transforming their lives.

Through our innovative approaches to healing, education, and sustainability, we are here to support our members in building a stronger, more unified community. We believe that it is through our ancestral relationships that provide us with the knowledge, sense of belonging and support we need to thrive and stay strong against adversity.

Meet Our Board

Dedicated Passionate Team

We believe in a community of practice. Diversity makes us resilient and we believe that our board and staff should be representative of the communities we serve. Our perspectives give us the lived experience and expertise needed to address the challenges our community members directly deal with on a daily basis. We are proud to represent BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Asian, Pacific Islander, LatinX), LGBTQ+ and disability communities.

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executive retreat 2024

Pagosa Springs, CO

"Rest is Resistance"

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Sangre De Cristo Mountains
Mother Spring
San Juan River and Pools
Meander Eatery
Top O' the Morning
Soaking in the pools
Soaking in the Springs
Poetry Session
Breakfast at the Cafe
Reading from the book
Wellness Tools
Meditation Yoga
Rest is Resistance Deck
Alley House Grille
Alley House Grille

Sabrina Frometa

“Communing with fellow artists, community stewards, activists, dancers, storytellers, sound makers, and healers felt like a celebration of life, a celebration of our individual offerings and gifts. We rested together, played together and dreamed collective dreams for the Sacred Eco Center.."

Morgynne Tora

"spaces that cultivate inter communal connection across the diaspora, privilege our long term, sustainable, and liberatory embodiment. having the space provided for us to unravel into a natural pace of being, allowed for monumental shifts in our flow as a board, and the continuity of the indigenization work we dream of."

Jackie Drummond

"Holding space for such a diverse and powerful group of people ignited inspiration. Inspiration to sit and rest, to move and discover, and most importantly to connect on a deep, authentic human level. Irreplaceable."
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