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How Indigenous youth are restoring ancestral land

The Walatowa Pueblo of Jemez.
Helen Orozco
The Walatowa Pueblo of Jemez.

The land and its waterways have long been sacred to Indigenous people and they know how to care for it well, considering the land used to be theirs. Now, some groups are recruiting indigenous youth to restore and protect these areas.

Emma VandenEinde of the Mountain West News Bureau visits a pueblo in New Mexico to see how one crew is doing that.

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