Traditional Arts of Bears Ears- Hopi, Zuni, Dine, and Ute

Utah Diné Bikéyah

Funding Received: 2016
Bluff, UT
$400,000
Funding Period: 1 year and 11 months

Five Native tribes are partnered with Utah Diné Bikéyah to promote a sustainable economic future in San Juan County, UT through culture, community, and the arts. We will support community dialogues around a future not dependent on extractive resource development, that is instead driven by local sustainable economic solutions and the strengths of the diverse Native American Tribes who live or share ancestry to San Juan County.  Utah Diné Bikéyah will highlight the connections of local people to the natural environment, we will help connect people to each other, and will influence local, state, and federal policies to better reflect the county make-up and protect cultural assets for generations to come.