Aside from attending one of our volunteer days or making a donation, there are several other ways that you can support AMLT.



AMLT is involved with several academic institutions doing ethnobotanical and archaeological research within the AMTB territory.  If you have an idea of a research project that you think falls in line with the mission of AMLT, and is within the Amah Mutsun stewardship territory, please send a summary of your proposed project to




Do you want to bring indigenous stewardship back to Popeloutchom?  The Amah Mutsun Tribal Band does not own any land, so we rely on the partnerships with public and private landowners and government organizations to access and restore our ancestral lands.  If you have land or other  resources within Popeloutchom you would like to make available to AMLT, please contact us at  Please include your name, address, and a brief summary of your proposal.


Planned Giving


By remembering the AMLT in your will, you can make a transformational gift that will benefit the people and landscapes of Popeloutchom for generations to come.  Please contact EkOngKar Singh Khalsa, Executive Director, at with the title "planned giving" for detailed instructions on how to add AMLT to your will.                                                                                                   

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