Cuthaugula Coahuila Tribe

Portrit 4

Maipuri Arauan Nation Tribal Federation






Trubian Village

Cultural Equity Foundation & Academy

Vision and Core Principles


  • Empowerment through Land Ownership

  • Enable indigenous families to collectively purchase land, fostering economic self-sustainability and cultural preservation within a tribal land trust framework.

  • Sustainable Community Development

  • Construct eco-friendly housing and community centers using sandbag and earthship technology, emphasizing environmental conservation and sustainability.


  • Cultural and Economic Self-Determination



  • Establish a tribal monopoly to regulate goods and services, ensuring the community's economic activities align with cultural values and self-sufficiency.


Strategic Plan


1. Formation of the Intertribal Land Trust


  • Establishment of the Trust: Create the Trubian Earth Village Intertribal Land Trust, adopting a framework that accommodates legal and governance structures from various tribes. This inclusive trust aims to facilitate the collective purchase and governance of land by families from different tribes, ensuring an egalitarian approach where each family has an equal stake and voice in the community.

  • Financial Model and Contribution: Develop a flexible financial model designed to support the acquisition of land and the subsequent development of infrastructure. This model will be based on contributions from each participating family to a collective fund. The contributions are structured to ensure fairness and accessibility, allowing all families, regardless of their economic background, to participate in the initiative. The model will also include provisions for financial transparency and equitable allocation of resources, ensuring that all participating families are involved in the decision-making processes regarding the use and development of the land.


2. Land Acquisition and Allocation


The allocation of land within the Trubian Earth Village Intertribal Land Trust is designed to be both flexible and equitable, ensuring that the specific needs and contributions of each participating family are taken into account with every new land acquisition. This approach allows us to tailor the development of each farm village to best serve its residents, while also promoting communal living and sustainable practices.

  • Flexible Land Allocation: The process for allocating land will be determined collaboratively with each new acquisition, allowing for adjustments based on the number of participating families, the natural features of the land, and the specific needs and visions of the community. This dynamic approach ensures that every family has a meaningful say in how the land is utilized and developed.

  • Ensuring Adequate Space for Families and Community Activities: Each farm village is designed to accommodate a minimum of 24 families. This ensures that there is sufficient space not only for individual family housing but also for communal farming projects, community facilities, and shared spaces that encourage interaction and cultural activities. The layout of each village will be planned with an emphasis on creating a harmonious balance between private residences and communal areas, fostering a strong sense of community while respecting individual privacy.


3. Infrastructure Development


  • Residential Areas: Construct eco-friendly homes with access to communal facilities, promoting privacy and community interaction.

  • Agricultural Development: Establish communal farming, diversified food production zones, and sustainable agriculture practices.

  • Community Facilities: Build community centers, tribal schools, and recreational spaces to support cultural, educational, and social activities.

  • Sustainable Infrastructure: Implement renewable energy sources, water management systems, and eco-friendly practices across all villages.


4. Economic and Cultural Hub (Capital Village)


  • Serve as the administrative and economic center, housing tribal governance, commercial spaces, and cultural facilities.

  • Create a marketplace for artisans and farmers, and incubation centers for new businesses, fostering economic diversification and innovation.

5. Integrated Development Approach

  • Connectivity: Develop transportation and communication links between the farm villages and the capital village.

  • Sustainability: Emphasize environmental conservation, renewable energy, and sustainable agriculture throughout the community's development.

  • Community Engagement: Foster active participation in decision-making, cultural preservation, and community development initiatives.


Operation and Implementation


  • Phase 1: Establish the legal and financial framework for the Tribal Land Trust and begin land acquisition.

  • Phase 2: Start infrastructure development with an emphasis on eco-friendly practices and sustainability.

  • Phase 3: Develop the capital village as the cultural and economic hub, alongside the establishment of the farm villages.

  • Phase 4: Expand community facilities, enhance economic opportunities, and ensure the sustainability of cultural practices.




This comprehensive movement merges the visions of the Trubian Village Cultural Equity Foundation & Academy and related initiatives into a unified plan that champions the empowerment of indigenous communities through sustainable development, cultural preservation, and economic self-sufficiency. By fostering a self-efficient, eco-friendly, and culturally vibrant community, this plan lays a solid foundation for the future prosperity and empowerment of indigenous families.