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Monument Valley and Navajo Indian Reservation

Monument Valley and Navajo Indian Reservation
Enjoy a full day exploring spectacular Monument Valley, with her breathtaking buttes and mesas. The Navajo Indians still live on the land here, and you will be able to discover more about their way of life.This tour is seasonal and operates from 15 April to 1 November, 2008 only.



Grand Canyon West Rim Adventure and Skywalk

Grand Canyon West Rim Adventure and Skywalk
Explore the Grand Canyon's West Rim by both air and ground, including the new Grand Canyon Skywalk. Arriving via high-wing aircraft, you will meet your hosts - the Hualapai Indians. From here, choose between a scenic helicopter tour to the canyon floor, where the Colorado River carves out this natural landscape, or a Cowboys and Indians adventure!

Here, you can step back in time and see how the ancient ones - the Anasazi people - lived thousands of years ago. The Navajo Nation has an array of ancient ruins, including the world renown Navajo National Monument and the tranquil Chaco Culture National Historical Park. From the towering cliffs of Monument Valley to the red sandstone walls of Canyon de Chelly, this is a land of great contrasts. We invite you to Discover Navajo.
http://discovernavajo.com/
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We are Havasu 'Baaja. Currently our tribe is comprised of about 650 enrolled tribal members. Approximately 450 people live here in Supai. Our native language, Havasupai, is our preferred way to communicate. It has been a written language for about 20 years. We are very resourceful people and proud of our beautiful land.
http://www.havasupai-nsn.gov/
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The Hopi are a unique group of people who live in northeast Arizona.
http://www8.nau.edu/hcpo-p/
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Our dream was always to return home and to use our education and skills to help Hopi people. Indian reservations don't always provide incentives for our young people to return so we created our own incentives along the way. We are unlimited in our thinking and depend almost entirely on the communities we serve to guide the direction of the Foundation from year-to-year. Behind the skirts of our leadership is an entire network of people who work hard to make our dreams come true. If our work improves the material and spiritual condition of the Hopi people and others, we are on the right track. That is the bar against which we measure all our efforts.
http://www.hopifoundation.org/
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Run by a small station staff and many volunteers, KUYI not only provides a window on the world through its affiliations with Native Voice One and NPR, but also broadcasts a wide, eclectic variety of music. Serving the Hopi Reservation, Flagstaff, Tuba City, Winslow and the I-40 corridor, KUYI strives to appeal to a broad based audience.
http://www.kuyi.net/
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An outpatient, primary care clinic that offers family medicine in a caring and culturally sensitive environment. The mission of the NACA Family Health Center is to promote and improve the health of individuals, families and the Flagstaff community through prevention and comprehensive treatment of illnesses or conditions.
http://www.nacainc.org/
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Navajo Hopi Observer - covering the Navajo and Hopi Nations and Flagstaff, Arizona
http://navajohopiobserver.com/
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The Navajo Nation extends into the states of Utah , Arizona and New Mexico , covering over 27,000 square miles of unparalleled beauty. Diné Bikéyah, or Navajoland, is larger than 10 of the 50 states in America.
http://www.navajo.org/
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Navajo Nations Traditional Agricultural Outreach (NNTAO) was created by Dine Inc. to provide technical support and assistance for Navajo Agricultural producers and regional food systems. (Navajo Nation farmers and ranchers)

NNTAO has been working with disadvantaged limited resource Navajo farmers and ranchers since 1997. NNTAO goals are to provide agricultural outreach and support services for the Navajo Nation and USDA.
http://nntao.org/
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Navajo Trust - Diné, Inc. is a non-profit corporation formed in the mid 1990s by local community members and interest, to focus on on, and engage local community needs and concerns.
http://www.navajotrust.org/
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