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Jacob is known to many as Jacob Concha -- to his culture, Taos Pueblo Red Willow, he is known as Circling Eagle Above. His passion revolves around service for not only all living beings, but for our home, Mother Earth. Jacob is interested in striving to protect our rights to live in a healthy and sustainable way for all our relations.

His goals for this life involve evolving, co-creating, and living to support the life of our future generations to come - this has encouraged many of his experiences in sustaining culture, protecting water, and living in a healthy manner. He has learned many things thus far and has been inspired by it all - like what is happening at Standing Rock - igniting the flame within even more. Being at Standing Rock helped him to see the reality of it all and how important it is for us all to stand up in solidarity and protection for our home.

Nico, Todd, and Peg

Todd lives with his family (wife Peg and son Nico) in Taos, NM. When he is not re-imagining Christianity, Wynward is re-imagining public education and the American way of life, starting with his own. He has been engaged in experiential education and social change movements for twenty years, and has spent more than a thousand nights outdoors.

He is the co-founder of a wilderness-based public middle school, leads backpacking and river trips for adult seekers, and is an animating force behind TiLT.

From Harrisonburg, Virginia, Tyler joined the TiLT team in summer of 2016. Tyler studied Peacebuilding & Development at Eastern Mennonite University, and now works at increasing TiLT capacity within the community, as well as developing programming and the day-to-day operations of the TiLT house.

Tyler's passion for working with people has led him to work in various areas of sustainability, social organizing, and peacebuilding -- running the Sustainable Food Initiative, conducting program evaluations for agricultural partners in Haiti, working with children transitioning out of child-slavery situations in Port-au-Prince, working for STAR (a trauma training organization), and other projects and organizations in the field. In addition to Tyler's work at TiLT, he is also the Young Adult Coordinator for Mennonite Church USA.

Peg works at Roots & Wings Community School as the Special Education Teacher. She is a river guide on the Grand Canyon, and helps to leads wilderness, outdoor, and river trips at Roots & Wings and through TiLT. Peg also works extensively on our local food sourcing and projects, and has a deep passion for working with families, women, and children in need.

Angie Fernandez is a lifestyle educator and consultant. She works with children and adults to create a lifestyle of wellness through a balance of physical, spiritual, environmental, occupational, intellectual, social, emotional and financial well-being.

Angie is also a community builder and activist, promoting the protection of land, water and people through local and state partnerships. Her passion for sustainability has included experience with natural building, zero waste living, community gardening, and non-violent conflict resolution with various youth organizations.

Todd Wynward, Director

Tyler Eshleman, Program Coordinator

Peg Bartlett

Angie Fernandez

Jacob Concha

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