The most current Diné CARE website may be found at http://www.creativegeckos.com/dinecare/

For more information on the Diné (aka Navajo), please visit http://www.navajo.org or see the latest Navajo news. (Search “Navajo News” in Google News)

The current owners of the website have no affiliation with Diné CARE or associated parties; please refer all questions to the above-mentioned website. Perhaps our only connection to the Navajo nation would be through their crafts whether it is their silver and turquoise jewelry, or textiles, particularly their rugs. Some of our clients who buy cigar humidors ask for designs that would compliment their Navajo decorated interiors. For those who are not familiar with the term humidor, it is usually a box or free standing cabinet, but can also be an entire room, that is designed to store and age cigars in an environment that will preserve and age cigars for a number of years. A quality humidor maintains its environment at the optimal humidity range of 68 % to 72% at room temperature. We have created custom humidors that are made from exotic woods, some inlaid with silver and turquoise, to enhance a western / Navajo inspired decor. However, our cigar humidors are sold on another website and has no relationship with this one.

The content below and on the following pages has been reprinted from the original version of the website.

Mission Statement

Diné CARE is an all-Navajo environmental organization, based within the Navajo homeland.  We strive to educate and advocate for our traditional teachings as we protect and provide a voice for all life in the Four Sacred Mountains.  We promote alternative uses of natural resources that are consistent with the Diné philosophy of Beauty Way.  Our main goal is to empower local and traditional people to organize, speak out and determine their own destinies.  Diné CARE – an indegenious environmental organization  to protect and preserver the diné way of life.

HC 63 Box 263
Winslow, Arizona, 86047

Current Projects

Coal Fired Power Plants

Power generation via coal combustion has had a significant effect on the Colorado Plateau’s once famous air quality

Nuclear Waste

White Mesa Nuclear Waste Facility. Located south of Blanding and north of Aneth, Utah.

Oil and Gas

Prevent future drilling of oil on Navajo reservation near Aneth, UT and Table Mesa, NM.


In 1981 Navajo department of forestry reported that the forests of Chuska Mountains were in seriously bad shape. Thirteen years and millions of trees later, the Navajo Nation lumber mill ceased operations after accumulating millions in debt. Now, for some strange reason, the Navajo Nation department of forestry thinks it’s a good idea to start cutting down the forest again.
Colorado Aquifer

Members of the southwest area of the Navajo Nation Chapters “C Aquifer for Dine” organization are petitioning the Navajo Nation Council to stand with them against the use of C-Aquifer for coal slurry from Black Mesa and to oppose the recent “Settlement Plan” to re-start the Mohave Generating Station and resume the Peabody Coal mining operation.
Other Issues

From toxic waste dumping to forced relocation of Diné from their ancestral lands, a round-up of issues facing the Navajo people, and other indigenous peoples of the Americas.

Ellen Perless also contributes to a large variety of venues including posts for many consumer oriented products such as corporate gifts and online gift baskets. She also has a presence on many international sites serving the efforts of Human Rights Watch and other non-governmental organizations.

April 26 2010 Categorized Under:

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