Let’s change the world! Specifically for natives in one of the poorest counties in the United States: McKinley County, New Mexico.

Spirit Farm was developed to be an inspiration and living example of how we can recover and establish resiliency in our Navajo way of life.  It combines traditional Native American farming practices and spirituality with organic microbiological composting as a way of growing nutritional dense foods.

Covenant Pathways

Covenant Pathways, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is reliant on volunteers, grant monies, in-kind gifts and donations to impact the local Native communities. We are excited about this journey that the Creator has put before us.

Covenant Pathways Board Members: Chris Lindsey, Julie Matt, Marvin Schieldt, James and Joyce Skeet, Harriet Yazzie.


Since 2014, we have been developing a model farm that heals soil with the intentional use of microbiology and composting.  Our goal is teach a sustainable way of life through organic farming and food preservation to the local Navajo and Zuni tribal communities. The anticipated result is better health outcomes, both in the short and long terms, for our Native Americans and surrounding communities.



Gardening Again

One of our goals is to support and train Native families to garden again. Historically, Navajo agriculture understood farming techniques to grow their own food for sustainability in combination with a deep theocracy expressed in their way of life. They harvested enough crops to dry and store for the winter. Our Navajo elders knew how …


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