Sites which represent the communities and residents of Wind River Indian Reservation.
Tribal-owned cattle ranch. Provides an overview of the herd breeding program and photos.
A current case and project being represented by Don Wharton of the native American Rights Fund. An analysis of the legal implications of the Surplus Land Act of March 3, 1905
Statistical information as written by Garth Massey and Audie Blevins. Includes references and an addendum.
A district serving over 430 students from grades Pre-K-12. . Provides district level information, list of schools, calendar of events, and information for parents and students.
An article written by Timothy Williams on the high rate of crime compared to the national average.
A professional services firm providing a wide range of services to federal agencies and other clients. Features a listing of all services and staff profiles.
Tribal departments and information. Presents programs and grants, videos, business opportunities, history and newsletter
A private, Indian-owned company located on the reservation that generates income for investors and provides operating capital for its parent company, Wind River Development Fund. Features the book projects and contact information.
A K-12 school funded by the Bureau of Indian Affairs and servicing the needs of the St. Stephens community. Features events, projects and a staff listing.
A report providing estimates of the economic impact of the WRIR on the county's economy.
An electronic version of the tribal code. Located in the National Indian Law Library.
A paper written by Don Aragon and presented during the first Native Lands and Wilderness Council that convened at the 8th World Wilderness Congress in Alaska, 2005. Printed in the International Journal of Wilderness.
Casino of the Northern Arapaho Tribe featuring table games, slots and a gift shop. Provides a calendar of events, promotions, dining information and photos.
A teacher and school personnel training program. Features a learning guide, required courses, and Arapaho songs and stories. In Arapaho and English.
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