Tag Archives: Delbert Miller

Coming Back: Restoring the Skokomish Watershed .


Members of the Skokomish Watershed Action Team have been collaborating for a decade on how to best restore the Skokomish watershed, located at the southern end of Hood Canal, in western Washington. From federal agencies to the Skokomish Tribe to private citizens, this is the story of how these very different groups have worked to restore the river after decades of logging and development in the area.

AN EVENING WITH CHIEF ARVOL LOOKING HORSE

                     AN EVENING WITH CHIEF ARVOL LOOKING HORSE

Photo by Brian Hardin

Free and Open to the Public

Opening Blessing – Skokomish Tribe Youth Drum Group

Opening Introduction – Delbert Miller, Skokomish Spiritual Leader

7pm -9 pm Sunday, February 13th, 2011
Longhouse Education and Cultural Center

Chief Arvol Looking Horse is the 19th generation keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe Bundle and holds the responsibility of spiritual leader among the Lakota, Dakota and Nakota People. (Proceeds of the event will be used to help support World Peace and Prayer Day 2011 this year in Minnesota- http://www.wolakota.org/wppd.html

Sponsored by the Native Student Alliance, and the Northwest Indian Applied Research Institute.

For more information: Raven Redbone at ravenredbone@gmail.com

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