The Paiute Youth Camp in Bryce Canyon

The Paiute Youth Camp in Bryce Canyon

For nearly a decade, Southern Paiute Youth in southwestern Utah have participated in immersion camps lead by Paiute Tribal Elders and Grandmothers. Supported by the efforts of National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service and Southern Utah University leadership, the Kwiyumuntsi Tribal Youth Camp gives Paiute Elders and Grandmothers an opportunity to instill traditional ways of learning and build a circle of support around their youth. As one Grandmother explained, the Tribal Youth Camp gives her an opportunity to “share what I’ve been taught.”

Wild Tribute's 4 the Parks donations will support Bryce Canyon Natural History Association's effort to support an upcoming camp adjacent to or within the park's boundary.

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