“Tirvatc ahuurrki’ acheepkim.”
“Qaych haipan mehuun umi’ik.”
For generations elders have cautioned to remember our languages and maintain strong roots to our heritage. This concern reverberates in our lives, our youth, and the issues facing the world today.
The Limu Project was established to keep indigenous languages and traditions alive for new generations. This is not a time to take such a duty lightly, for It is upon us to honor and rise to the need.
In heeding the traditional voice, it is our hope that modern issues may be addressed with traditional perspectives - for a Healthier Land and People.