Bluff, UT — Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly joined San Juan County Commissioners Phil Lyman Kenneth Maryboy and Navajo Council Delegate (Mexican Water, To'likan, Teesnospos, Aneth, Red Mesa), former Council Delegate and San Juan County Commissioner Mark Maryboy and other elected officials to kick off the celebrated book release of Diné Bikéyah in Bluff yesterday evening. See the entire article...
Diné Bikéyah exists as a physical being, and within the hearts of all Navajo, as it has nurtured and sustained our way of life since the beginning of our existence.
This book has been created to beautifully support the Navajo people's voice in the ongoing land conservation discussion in Utah. Our continuing effort to preserve this, our native land, in a way which reflects the Navajo way of life, is outlined with our hopes for the future. Along with a thorough description of the Navajo's conservation concerns, you will find beautiful photographs of the land, Navajo people who make it their home, and quotes from those people in our native language.
Book Correction: Brown & Caldwell Engineering generously contributed toward the printing cost of this book and was unintentionally left out of the acknowledgements.
Bend, Oregon— The Conservation Lands Foundation at their annual gathering awarded the Conservation Leadership Award to Utah Diné Bikéyah for their recent efforts to develop.
7:00 PM, Tuesday, October 22nd – Monticello High School Auditorium 7:00 PM, Wednesday, October 23rd – Blanding San Juan High School Auditorium 7:00 PM, Thursday,.
Bluff, UT—Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly joined San Juan County Commissioners Phil Lyman Kenneth Maryboy and Navajo Council Delegate (Mexican Water, To’likan, Teesnospos, Aneth, Red.