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Rocky Mountain NP turns to source for help in better interpreting Native American life in park

Rocky Mountain National Park is going back to its roots, expanding its representation of Native Americans with the help of indigenous-focused University of Colorado groups and tribal representatives.

CU students and faculty from the Center of the American West and the Center for Native American Indigenous Studies met with park officials and tribal representatives in Estes Park this fall to work on a plan for more robust communication of indigenous people's lives in Rocky Mountain National Park.


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