Indigenous Regeneration's Wood Fired Pizza Fundraiser at Mata'Yuum Garden

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Friday, July 7, 2017 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

Visit www.eventbrite.com/indigenousregeneration for tickets

Please Join Indigenous Regeneration and the San Pasqual Education Department for an evening of community, music, plant walks, pizza from our newly built wood fired pizza oven and site tours to share the future plans at Mata’ Yuum! This is a FREE COMMUNITY Event.

Proceeds from the wood fire pizza fundraiser at Mata'Yuum will be directly benefiting the new Native youth program starting at Mata'Yuum. The Ipai'preneur program will teach real time sustainable agricultural production, harvest and distribution techniques to the San Pasqual Band of Mission Indian's Native youth. Ensuring that as a Native community they have access to education with a direct connection to their source for food sovereignty.

Your $25.00 donation includes two personal sized flatbread artisan wood fired pizzas and two beverages. Tickets are non-refundable. This is an ALL AGES, drug & alcohol-free event and property. Pizza and beverage tickets can be picked up at registration when you arrive. There will be street parking only.

Additionally, donations can be made to support our current Roots and Foundation Campaign.

  • $35 Donate a brick campaign (commemorative brick in your name to be included in the pizza oven building)

  • $100 Donate a tree (commemorative plaque placed with tree in our edible food forest thanking you for your donation)

  • $1500 Become a Indigenous Regeneration Founding Member

For more information on Indigenous Regeneration and how you can get involved please visit: www.indigenousregeneration.org


Indigenous Re-Generation is a 501c3 that exists to inspire Native Communities on re-generative living concepts, through food cultivation, medicinal farming, culture and eco-village education programs, to achieve re-indigenization and true Tribal sovereignty.”