Cultural tour for Prescott College

Southern Ute elder, Lynda D’Wolf stands among her Prescott College ‘Cohorts’ during a facility tour of the Animas La Plata project (ALP).
Southern Ute elder, Lynda D’Wolf tours ALP with Prescott Cohorts from Arizona.
Distant Learning Coordinator for the Southern Ute Education Department, Nicole Cabral, (center) helps lead a cultural tour for the Prescott College; Cohorts Program from Prescott, AZ.
Lake Nighthorse filled to capacity going into the fall season, viewed from the top of Ridges Basin Dam, Tuesday, Sept 19.
Southern Ute elder, Lynda D’Wolf take a group photo with her daughter Lelana Weasel and the Prescott College Cohorts at ALP.
Southern Ute Chairman, Clement J. Frost and Lynda D’Wolf give a presentation to Prescott College visitors at the Sky Ute Casino, Wednesday, Sept 20.
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Maria Rivera/SUDRUM

Southern Ute elder, Lynda D’Wolf led an educational and cultural tour for the Prescott College; Cohorts Program from Prescott, AZ. Members of the program were introduced The Southern Ute Indian Tribe, given history lessons and a full tour of the Animas La Plata Project in it’s completed state. D’Wolf is a member of the Cohort Program affiliated with Prescott College. The reservation tour took place from Sept.19-Sept 21.

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