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Ed Little Crow Book Release

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Health and Wellness in Indian Country

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Ashland Youth/Leadership Council

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The Ashland Youth/Leadership council is a local, grassroots, community-service organization focused on being present in these changing times through our walk and our talk.

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The Ashland Youth/Leadership Council coordinates events with RED and also promotes Youth-Elder connections.

Native Harvest Gathering 2009: Food Preservation Workshop Report

It is with gratitude and a very happy, fulfilled community spirit that we bring to you some updates during these few days before the fall Equinox. Normally, we try to host our four R.E.D. events on the Equinoxes and Solstices, respectively, to honor those four sacred shifts of the year. Being that we need to bend to the will of schedules and weekend time off, we hosted our fall event this past weekend, culminating today with a Longhouse Ceremony and the placement of fresh, new eagle feathers on the prayer pole in downtown Ashland.

Lomakatsi : Forest Restoration Project

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The Lomakatsi Restoration Project (LRP) is grass-roots 501 (3) c non-profit organization dedicated to organizing communities to participate in the rehabilitation and regeneration of the watersheds within the greater Klamath/Siskiyou bioregion of southwestern Oregon. Lomakatsi was founded in 1995 by a group of experienced tree-planters, activists, community organizers, educators, and restoration forestry technicians, who together combined over 20 years of experience working in the field of restoration, education, and social change.

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First Nation Radio 10/19/2009

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First Nation Radio 10/19/2009

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First Nations Radio

KSKQ LP 94.9 fm, Ashland, Oregon's low power community radio station, also heard live-streaming online, hosts First Nations Radio each Sunday, 2-4 p.m.. First Nations Radio covers news from Indian Country, discussion of Native issues, interviews, commentary and REALLY awesome Native music--from vibrant Pow Wow songs to the tranquil, mesmerizing Native flute. Producers/D.J.'s are Dan Wahpepah and Jaimie Bernhagen. First Nations Radio is sponsored by Red Earth Descendants and NOWIA (Natives of One Wind Indigenous Alliance).

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