Ekvnv Yefolecvlke

Ekvnv Yefolecvlke

Funding Received: 2017
Weogufka, AL
Funding Period: 2 years

A community of Indigenous Maskoke persons have reclaimed  some of their ancestral homelands in what is now Weogufka, AL. Through a number of collaborations – including with Alabama’s Wildlife and Freshwater Fish Division – the project will seek to  re-introduce native plants and animals and to reawaken traditional arts practices, including language revitalization and women’s medicinal practices, in an effort to improve health outcomes for  the community. 

This project is partnering with the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fish Division to reintroduce native sturgeon to the local river.


See below for recent updates, press, and events from this project

Today, we are proud to announce the 23 creative placemaking projects that will receive funding in communities of all sizes across 18 states and one...Read more
In rural Weogufka, Alabama, a reclamation of Indigenous Maskoke land and reestablishment of the traditional village system is taking place. The organization Ekvn-Yefolecv is a...Read more