Welcome to the Red Earth Descendants Website
Looks like you are new here!
ALL ARE WELCOME TO LEARN ABOUT OUR MISSION AND VISION FOR THE FUTURE, AND EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO OUR EVENTS.
To find out who we are please click here. To see what we're doing, please read through the sections below, or check out our more comprehensive calendar here. You will see this message until you create an account and login.
Look below for updates on RED News, Videos, Radio Shows, Friends of RED, and more. The most recent items will be at the top.
R.E.D. will host a second rally and gathering of updates/information next Saturday, September 10 @ Noon on the Ashland Plaza. Similar to last week, we will open with a prayer and will launch into sharing updates and accurate information.
A reminder that a vehicle is leaving for Sacred Stone Camp early this week to bring donated items to women and children, including school supplies for the Home-School program they have, warm clothing, blankets, essential supplies, etc.. A drop-off site is 424 Helman Street--front porch. Go to "read more" under the photos. . .
On the brink of this 21st annual honoring of World Peace and Prayer Day, people across the world have been instructed and encouraged by Chief Arvol Looking Horse to pray in their own sacred places on June 21 with focus on bringing peace and balance into our collective consciousness by connecting to the land. . .to our Mother Earth. However you choose to honor this day, we are grateful for your attention to the social and environmental concerns facing us during this time of change and conflict. Click "read more" below picture to see more.
Our organization, Red Earth Descendants, has been asked to voice a response to the recent militant occupation of the Wildlife Refuge in Malheur County in northeast Oregon. Since the occupation is potentially volatile and full of political agendas from many entities, R.E.D. has not issued a statement until now, due to the respect we pay to our tribal elders. R.E.D. itself is not a political organization; yet, we understand that there are times when politics intersect with land rights, which in turn intersects with cultural identity and survival. Click "Read More" below.
Please mark your calendars for our upcoming Storytelling Conference! It will be December 19, 2015 @ the Bellview Grange in Ashland, 4 - 8 p.m., potluck and cozy storytelling to celebrate the lessons (and entertainment!) through this oral tradition. Featured storyteller will be Kalapuya teller Esther Stutzman. We look forward to seeing you at the Grange!
We've had a lot of inquiries lately about camping at Howard Prairie Lake Resort while attending World Peace and Prayer Day June 18-21, and here is the low-down about HOW to do this--to reserve your camp site at Howard Prairie, simply call the Jackson County Parks Department, 541-774-8183, during their open hours, to reserve your space. They will tell you what camp sites will be close to the gathering. The fee is $18 per night, and they will let you know how to go about reservations and payment. Click "read more" below for more important information.