The New Buffalo
The pioneers of New Buffalo had a strong desire to go back to the land and live in harmony with nature. Guided by Taos Pueblo Elders, they dug dirt, felled trees, and planted corn, beans, and squash. 20,000 adobe bricks later they left an iconic monument to a simpler, less materialistic way of life. Their creation was named The New Buffalo in honor of the being that gave its all to sustain the natives of the plains. Pulling weeds, planting seeds, and creating beauty – that’s what the New Buffalo Center is about today.