For the Kids & the Community

Embracing the Spirit through Self Expression and Hands on Learning

Living Sky Foundation is a diverse, contaminate free, educational organization in support of the living arts.  We are committed to improving the quality of rural existence through social change, peaceful resolution, and public outreach, and support continuous learning and youth leadership.  A focus on self-expression, regenerative arts, mindfulness, and positive values are emphasized through creative and cultural enrichment programs, curriculum development, and environmental stewardship available to participants regardless of age or status levels via public events, community outreach, and educational media.

For the Kids…you beautiful Earthlings and the Community…this spectacular blue-green globe,
Living Sky serves the earth in an endless mission to reduce a toxic inhabitance and empowers individuals with knowledge and tools to create a joyous, simpler, existence.

Living Sky Foundation is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination under any and all circumstance.  WE Embrace All Life as one collective family and do not differentiate between any species, race, color, creed, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, age or ability. 

Earth Allegiance Composed by Cherl Crews © Copyright 2002 All Rights Reserved


Earth Allegiance is Dedicated to the Proposition that All Creatures are Created Equal

With this vision we unite all people of the world through a common pledge. This community art project created to honor Earth Day, was designed to emphasize the urgent need for continued environmental and wildlife conservation for all life forms, many of which are already endangered or on the verge of extinction.  It is intended to recognize and support the National Park Service, as well as other countless organizations and individuals in our communities that dedicate efforts to preserving and protecting nature. Illustrated in the Earth Allegiance Mural are only several of the over 500 known or likely known species native to the Shenandoah National Park and surrounding areas which can be found listed in the Biota of Virginia Database as a “Concern for Conservation” by the Fish and Wildlife Information Service.  We encourage others around the globe to come together in celebration and commitment and use this mural as a template to illustrate the myriad of endangered species native to their own parks and backyards.

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