Native youth connect to the land, each other and their histories at summer camp

Amanda Horvath, Julio Sandoval •  July 2023 • Rocky Mountain PBS

SEDALIA, Colo. — Phillip Gover, who is from the Pawnee and Choctaw Indian tribes, looked across a hillside along the front range in what is now Douglas County, Colorado with a smile on his face. It was the start of the three-day Outdoor Native Youth Wilderness Camp at Tall Bull Memorial ParkRead the Full Article.

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