Ku' wah-dah-wilth Restoration Area
Of the 40-acre Potawot Health Village, twenty acres of restored natural area is a conservation easement dedicated forever to enhance and protect the wetland meadows located here. It is a place for cultural education, wildlife habitat, recreation, traditional American Indian agriculture, food production and spiritual meditation. The restoration area is known as the Ku’ wah-dah-wilth, which means “comes back to life” in the native Wiyot Indian language. The name describes the revitalization of the wetlands, forest and grasslands, and the effect this has on the local Indian community.