Sacred World Peace Church, Sacred World Peace   Alliance & ​White Bison Association
White Bison Association provides care for the white bison, an endangered species. Only one in ten million bison is born white. The White Bison Association provides a non-kill sanctuary and breeding programs, in order to promote healthy white bison population growth. It also uses inspirational religious programs based on the beliefs of indigenous peoples worldwide, that show deep respect for the iconic white bison. Prayer is promoted as a means to provide spiritual healing.
                     Great Gratitude!

Thank you for visiting our website.
It has been a few years of searching to find the right place for the White Bison Herd to land.
                             WE DID IT!  

   Upper Lake, California
We were invited to be part of a private wildlife preserve in Upper Lake, California.  It is a private and tranquil location for the bison. The land has beautiful pastures with rolling hills and trees and an abundance of fresh water and ponds all year round.
We are now working on this land.  We have to put up additional fencing so the bison can be free to roam in peace and safety.
What a gift to be on private land and part of a great community of people that care.

We are so excited to receive this gift of love!
We are creating workshops and private events at the White Bison Sanctuary.

Our first event will be the Summer Solstice Ceremony June 20. We are booking private workshops through the fall of 2016 right now .If you would like to participate, volunteer or know more call: 805 400 7866 or email: wba16@msn.com
          We open this summer in June of 2016.


21st Century Radio!

 Our host, Dr. Zoh,

greatly enjoyed talking with you about your work as a 
White Bison Caretaker at The White Buffalo Ranch.
     Enclosed is a weblink of your show, which was 
broadcasted on Mar. 13th, 2016, to be used for your 
records and promotional use. Scroll down on the
page for the audio link.

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