National Organization OF Non-Invasive Practices
Founded in Honor of Anniyah Reynolds shown above, and taken too soon.

NONI provides knowledge, training, financial support, and hands on experience with Non-Invasive Practices. Water table restoration. Sustainable Agriculture. Sustainable Home Building/Design. Help with permitting procedures & fees. ASL based training courses. We strive to expand nationwide, and provide the BIPOC, Deaf, and disabled communities with access to information needed to improve, restore, and maintain a healthy ecosystem & economy. Permanent cultivation of Native species, partner planting, and soil restoration.

Anniyah Reynolds a.k.a Noni was, and is the purest of spirits. A loving child, shy, and courageous. She had a passion for Horses, and all things natural. She was a gamer, and loved her family. Taken at 16 Years Old she is now living on through her Father Patrick J Reynolds, Founder of NONI & Big sister Azzhaley Fenimore Reynolds. She also has another living sister & brother. As well as two nephews who were present the day Anniyah & her big sister Ally were murdered.

Proceeds from NONI will go to the local communities where each branch of NONI is located. Helping bring life, love, and mental well-being through sustainable & noninvasive practices.

Dedicated to the BIPOC, Deaf, and disabled communities. NONI is open to All! Every soul who we meet in person or otherwise, plant, animal, or energy will be welcomed with open arms, love, and light. Like Noni did everyday.

R.I.P Anniyah Reynolds & Ally Reynolds

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