Larry Littlebird

Bringing Back the Sacred in the Way We Eat, Grow and Share Our Food
[et_pb_popup_builder admin_label=”Speaker Video” popup_source=”video” divi_layout=”544″ trigger_condition=”image” trigger_image_url=”” trigger_button_text=”View” trigger_button_align=”left” trigger_button_text_colour=”#f7ca00″ modal_style=”2″ _builder_version=”3.0.106″ background_color_gradient_type=”linear” background_color_gradient_direction=”1px” background_color_gradient_direction_radial=”center” background_color_gradient_overlays_image=”off” background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” background_blend=”overlay” saved_tabs=”all” video_url=”” animation_style=”fold” title=”Click image to watch” /]

Through regenerative farming practices, permaculture and indigenous land wisdom, we are committed to growing and eating healthy food, and sharing knowledge, seeds and building relationships within our local communities.
Larry Littlebird (Laguna/ Santo Domingo Pueblo) is the Founding Director of Hamaatsa where he celebrates an indigenous holistic way of life. A master storyteller, Native filmmaker/artist and author of Hunting Sacred, Everything Listens, Larry shares spiritual roots of sustainability and ways of blessing for inspiring transformative leadership and social action. His signature experiential land based programs have had a profound impact on people’s lives, globally, nationally and locally. Learning to Listen© is a provocative spoken word experience that Littlebird presents as a keynote speaker and custom tailors for group retreats, conferences and story camps.

His legacy continues on the lands of Hamaatsa, an indigenous continuum – story gathering place and sustainable living farm he co-founded with his wife Deborah, where he celebrates an indigenous holistic way of life.

We invite you to enjoy videos from our 2017 Conference here. The annual Quivira Conference is internationally renowned for bringing together leaders, innovators, and stewards of the land for three days of provocative plenary presentations, roundtable discussions, and networking with diverse attendees from across the southwest, the country, and globe. The conference creates a unique environment where ideas are sown, exchanged, and grown. Quivira’s outstanding speakers and attendees contribute expertise in ranching, farming, conservation, community, and all things soil, which is the key to it all. Every attendee brings something unique to the table, and each departs with inspiration, new connections, broader perspectives, and the tools necessary to effect change.

2017 Conference Speaker Videos

The Quivira Coalition documents its conference every year. We love to share the content of this event with those who were not able to join us in person. You can also view the 2017 videos, along with past years, on the Quivira You Tube page.

2017 filming by Crash Roll Films and editing by Downstream Media Maven.

Mindful Meat Panel Keynote

Mindful Meat Panel Keynote

Mindful Meat Keynote Panel Mary Charlotte Domandi, Deborah Madison, Adam Danforth, Mike Callicrate [et_pb_popup_builder admin_label="Speaker Video" popup_source="video" divi_layout="544" trigger_condition="image"...

read more
2017 Radical Center Awards and Panel

2017 Radical Center Awards and Panel

2017 Radical Center Awards and Panel Wink Crigler - Ranching, Ernie Atencio - Conservation, Ron Mortensen, Curtis Chee, Mark Willis - Civil Service, Rachel Gilker and Kathy Voth - Research [et_pb_popup_builder admin_label="Speaker Video"...

read more

More Resources

Technical Guides

Open-source know-how on erosion control, monitoring, apprenticeship and more.


Quivira’s annual newsletter.


Videos of speakers from past conferences

Down to Earth

The planet to plate podcast hosted by Mary-Charlotte Domandi