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Standing Rock Reservation
Standing Rock Reservation is located in North and South Dakota. The people of Standing Rock Reservation, The Standing Rock Oyate, are members of the Dakota and Lakota nations. The terms "Dakota" and "Lakota" mean friends or allies. The Lakota and Dakota are commonly referred to as "Sioux", a shortened and distorted version of the Ojibwa word "Nadouwesou" which means snake. We look forward to a time when NatureShift! will also feature Standing Rock Reservation.
The people of the Spirit Lake Reservation, the Mini Wakan Oyate, are members of the Dakota Nation. "Dakota" means friends or allies. Mini Wakan Oyate translates as "The people of the Spirit Water". The Dakota are commonly referred to as "Sioux", a shortened and distorted version of the Ojibwa word "Nadouwesou" which means snake. The Four Winds School on Spirit Lake Reservation is a NatureShift! Partner.
The people of Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa are primarily members of the Pembina Band of Chippewa. The term Chippewa is actually a mispronunciation of Ojibwe, Ojibewa, Ojibway, Saulteaux and Anishanabe. These are all names that refer to the same group of people, the nation of Turtle Mountain. The Turtle Mountain Community Schools, on the Turtle Mountain Reservation, is a NatureShift! Partner.
Welcome to Wounded Hawk Territory! The people of Fort Berthold Reservation are members of the three affiliated tribes: Arikara, Hidatsa and Mandan. Each tribe has their own language and culture. All three lived and farmed on the banks of the Missouri River long before the first European visitors arrived. Take a closer look at the Territory and see how it has changed.