Membership Privileges

• Tour, seminar and conference discounts
• Membership forums
• Newsletters and publications • Early notifications for tours, seminars and conferences • Opportunity to work with Native American and non-Native scientists, foresters and mentors • Have a part in preserving Native American History and sacred treasures

Annual Memberships
3 year Memberships
Lifetime Memberships

Sharing Perspectives

With expanding opportunities and resources to gain knowledge and wisdom from Native American Peoples, we respectfully pass granted teachings on to members. NASTaP endeavors to promote awareness of Native American ethnography and inner dynamic relationships with their ancestral territory and other environments. It’s a journey of discovery that will enrich and enhance how we see and possibly engage with the world around us.  NASTaP strives to share the Indigenous Worldview through:

  • Educational presentations
  • Native Science and non-Native western science exploration
  • Tours
  • Conferences/Seminars/ Webinars
  • Publications
  • Supporting Elders with Training and Mentorships for Tribal Youth
  • Assistance to public and private landowners in identification processes, protection, preservation and documentation (privacy respected) of Native American sacred tres and places.

Become Involved

  • Most importantly, join with us as a NASTaP member!
  • Schedule a presentation at your HOA, club, civic organization, college or university, government agency, faith community or other group
  • Explore with Native American and non-Native scientists and foresters
  • Join our tours, conferences and seminars
  • Share your scientific or professional expertise
  • Volunteer
  • Become a presenter or tour guide
  • Make a financial contribution
  • Donate land

Founding headquarters at historic Glen Isle Resort Bailey, Colorado

Glen Isle Resort in Bailey, Colorado, built on a previous Native American encampment, is the founding headquarters for NASTaP.

We are proud to honor Glen Isle’s Native American past and to help new generations learn the legacy of Native Peoples over thousands of years in the region, state and nation.