Preserving Indigenous Culture & History and Supporting the Northeast Native American Populations
Rocky Johnson’s program serves marginalized BIPOC communities in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut by teaching people how to grow their own medicine through herbs, fruits and vegetables.
We are working to reclaim ancestral lands in Massachusetts and Rhode Island for tribal stewardship.
As stewards for the land, we are responsible for caring, preserving, and protecting the land; using it responsibly for seven future generations.
PPLT supports BIPOC farmers in developing sustainable, organic farms.
We aim to improve the health of the indigenous and other underserved populations through culturally appropriate methods.
We wish to preserve and perpetuate Native American culture.
PPLT strives to improve the economic situation of Indigenous folks.