“The Earth does not belong to Man, Man belongs to the Earth” We conserve land through cultural outreach, restoration, and research.
Some of the Ohke/Earth's greatest natural habitats are threatened by increased road construction, shoreline erosion, infrastructure. We aim to protect the health and well-being of the Shinnecock people and to protect the environment, animals and plants, which Creator God has blessed us with the inherent responsibility for its stewardship.
Join us at our 5th annual Nipi Kesuk (Water Day). This event hosts our community members, partners and other members of our local community who are concerned and willing to share knowledge about all things water. There are local indigenous artists, family friendly activites and food as well!