Susan Sekakuku doing a presentation we sponsored at the Sedona Library on Homes Homes, Historical and Today
We purchased 3 pieces of playground equipment for each of the 4 Hopi pre-school playgrounds in 2014.
Hopi Holiday Project, 2015, unloading and sorting food at First Mesa.
A future goal is to coordinate authentic, personalized experiential learning seminars on Hopi or Navajo lands led by Native hosts for professionals (continuing education) and other interested people.
2015-16 home renovation and addition project to add on a kitchen and shower room to an historic 1-room home, handicap ramp and alternative water system in a village with no sewer or water to the homes.
Hopi Holiday Project food distribution and community dinner on top of 1st Mesa, 2009.
Support and coordination to bring Hopi people to share about life today, cultural information, arts, social dances.
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects sponsored bringing Hopi youth and adults to the Verde Valley to learn about their ancestral sites in field trips led by Ken Zoll of the Verde Valley Archaeology Center. October, 2015.
Photo by Jackie Klieger
Support for orchard/garden installations at Hopi in providing more of their own fresh food by planting orchards, berry vines, herbs and kitchen gardens with low water drips systems, mulching, contouring and other water saving permaculture natural garden techniques.
Sandra Cosentino, MS
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects Director
A native of this land from an Arizona pioneer family, she draws on a lifetime's experience of exploring the Southwest , listening to Nature and sharing friendship and respect with indigenous Peoples. Creator, owner and head guide for Crossing Worlds Journeys, Sandra, M.S., has been offering quality experiences of the Southwest since 1991. Prior to that she was a school teacher, natural resource manager, forest service fire look-out and worked professionally for and with Native American groups.
Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects Administrator
Deborah holds a deep respect for the Hopi people and has been a dedicated volunteer and supporter of Crossing Worlds Hopi Projects since 2003. Deborah owns Sedona Sky, LLC a Web Design, Web Hosting and Virtual Tour company serving the Sedona area since 2003. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist practicing since 1989 and owner/operator of Ancient Sea Spa Services.