The federal agency announced on the Wind River Reservation recently that it is collecting tips from the public to help solve cases.
“Our relationship with the wildlife is sacred, and this milestone allows for more educational opportunities with the general public to continue to tell our stories.”
The national group is calling for a “decade of action and healing” to address the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons.
The trip was more than just getting a buffalo. Tribal members said it was about the Yakama nation’s ability to exercise their treaty rights and preserve the culture of hunting and gathering.
Students from the Wind River Reservation worked with a Wyoming artist to make a piece that depicts the ‘Four Hills of Life.’