Staff and members of Taos Initiative for Life Together, a local nonprofit known by its acronym TiLT, held a four-day conference last weekend as it celebrated its official reopening after a fire brought down its headquarters on at 215 La Posta Road over two years ago.

Todd Wynward, TiLT’s executive director and founder, organized the event as a way to bring the community together to work on a variety of initiatives centered on its broad mission aimed at building a stronger local community — from repurposing plastic to be used for building to bridging cross-cultural divides. Wynward said the event brought together 24 local leaders.

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Alice Robison

CONGRARTS TiLt~ this is awesome. how can the community pitch in?

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