- American Livestock Breeds Conservancy
Founded in 1977, the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy is the pioneer
organization in the U.S. working to conserve historic breeds and genetic diversity in livestock.
- Navajo-Churro Sheep Association
The Navajo-Churro Sheep Association (N-CSA) was formed to preserve and promote this truly All-American breed.
The N-CSA currently has 160 members and over 4,090 registered animals.
- Navajo Sheep Project
Back in the early 1970's one man saw a dying breed and with it a culture and people.
He saw a need that few saw and hence the Navajo Sheep Project a.k.a NSP was formed.
Since that time the Navajo Sheep Project a nonprofit organization has not only been saving a rare breed,
the Navajo Churro, but also a part of history, a culture, a people, and a way of life.
- Sheep is Life
Diné be' iiná, Inc. is a grassroots, nonprofit organization founded in 1991.
Diné be’ iiná’s mission is to restore the balance between Navajo culture, life, and land. While serving all sheep producers,
DBI is particularly dedicated to conserving the traditional Navajo-Churro sheep breed as well as to educating
the community and the public about the importance of Navajo Sheep Culture and spirituality.