Look deep into nature
Bears Ears is filled with beautiful views and rich history. We believe the area is potent with sacred energy meant for healing and connection.
We at UDB hope to launch free monthly tours across Bears Ears National Monument sometime this year.
Each guided tour will encompass historical facts about the area and the community it serves.
Learn the culture
When it comes to Indigenous voices, we firmly believe in appropriate representation.
Appropriate representation is vital to how media portrays gender, age, ethnicity, national and regional identity, social issues and events to an audience.
At UDB, in order to ensure that our Indigenous communities are being represented the best way possible, we facilitate Cultural Sensitivity trainings to anyone interested in either Indigenous storytelling or for cultural awareness.
Taking our Cultural Sensitivity training is a mandatory requirement when working alongside our organization.
To learn more click here.
Study recipes, Love the meals
Bears Ears is a spiritually powerful place in which Indigenous communities have a voice in its management, and therefore the ability to bring about change by strengthening our connections to our indigenous food heritage.
At UDB, we happily provide traditional food demonstrations to further emphasize social, environmental, psychological, and physical healing. These demonstrations are blessed by our elders and sovereign tribal leaders.
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Help sustain, Join our mission
If you are interested in supporting our cause, volunteers and interns are very much welcome to be a part of our UDB team.
To learn more on how you can be an active member email email@example.com
If you would like to learn more about the Bears Ears Proposal or are interested in helping out in other ways, check these links.