Alma de Mujer – the home of IWN Since 1996.
To maintain Alma de Mujer as a spiritually based center which advocatesfor social change, working within the vision of our Elders for thefuture generations and fulfilling our role as Indigenous women leadingsocial change in our communities and nations.
Alma de Mujer Centre for Social Change is located on a is a 22-acre paradise of unspoiled territory near Austin, Texas which spans Travis and Williamson Counties. Cypress Creek, a feeder for Lake Travis, runs through the property, creating a lush pond where native plants and wildlife flourish.The land is home to countless species of animals, including deer, possums, raccoons, wild boars, armadillos, and more. Over 40 species of birds, including three endangered species, have been sighted on the land.
13621 FM 2769, Austin, TX 78726