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It’s an ancient plant that many tribes once relied on for survival. Now it’s survival is threatened. Watch what the Cherokee Nation is doing to keep river cane alive in Northeastern Oklahoma.
Cherokee citizen and pro angler Jason Christie takes us out on Lake Tenkiller and tells us how he turned his passion into his career.
The inspiring story that took a Cherokee citizen from “couch potato” to marathon runner and how her promise to a friend continues to inspire others today.
Foraging for wild onions is more than just a tradition for many Cherokees. It’s a way to connect with nature, spend time with loved ones and pass on important parts of our culture to new generations.
Before he became the famous “Cherokee Kid,” Will Rogers was known as “Lariat Bill.” In this Cherokee Almanac we learn about an unlikely turn of events during his Broadway debut.
Learn to speak key phrases of the Cherokee language with Dr. Candessa Tehee.