When Utes come together

Ignacio Mutual Aid Co-Founders, Precious and Trennie Collins, help load boxes of food that will be delivered and distributed to the Ute Indian Tribe in Fort Duchesne, Utah and other local Native communities. The food disbursement was a collaboration between Ignacio Mutual Aid, Ignacio Out and Equal Alliance, Four Corners Food Coalition, Good Samaritan in Cortez, Colo. and the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.
A cargo van was packed full of over 100 food boxes that included: meatballs, chicken, milk, yogurt, onions, bluebird flour, squash, water and peanut butter, plus a few other goodies.
Braiden Weeks, who works for the Ute Land Trust, a non-profit created by the Ute Indian Tribe, loads his van full of peanut butter, Saturday, Feb. 13, which will go to families who live within and around the Ute Indian Tribe Reservations in Utah.
Trennie Collins | SU Drum
Trennie Collins | SU Drum
Trennie Collins | SU Drum