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Approved By International Hydrological Programme

“Project Indigenous” approved and now appears on the Water and Cultural Diversity Database portion of the UNESCO website.
To view Project Indigenous details, please go to:
http://www.coldrose.com/wcd/info/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewInstitutionRecord&institutionID=11559

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Scott Frazier on the environment, cultural diversity and communication

Scott Frazier’s Indigenous Gold — By: Regina van de Berg / Red Thunderbird Agency
Translation: Larita Gerrissen
Scott Frazier came over for a visit recently. He is a 60-year old elder from the Crow/Santee Nations in Montana, a state in the northern mid-west of the United States. He is an American Indian man of almost 1.90 meters [...]

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“Elder spreads Native knowledge in Holland”

By Rob Capriccioso
WASHINGTON – Scott Frazier, a Crow/Santee elder, spent the latter part of October visiting educational institutions and companies in and around Holland to offer perspectives on Native life and environmental issues.
As part of his educational outreach, Frazier presented a program, titled “Native Perspectives on Environmental Issues,” for the faculty of environmental science at [...]

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A Day With the Buffalo and the Elders-Paths to the Future

By: Shelley Bluejay Pierce
On November 29, 2006, eight little buffalo calves forced their way out of a government enclosure where they, and many other wild buffalo, were being detained in holding pens and experimented on by scientists attempting to produce a “brucellosis-free buffalo herd” in the Yellowstone area.
Only a couple weeks after the escape of [...]

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Majestic Yellowstone Bison Receive Native American Prayers

By: Shelley Bluejay Pierce
(as appeared in various publications, including Cheyenne-Arapahoe Times)
ARDINER, Montana- Sacred prayers and songs were lifted for the Yellowstone buffalo herd by Native American elders led by Scott Frazier (Santee/Crow, and assisted by Dr. Henrietta Mann (Cheyenne) and John Potter (Ojibway). The resting buffalo were gathered in a large meadow on the South [...]

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