A brand new video from Patagonia traces the troubled historical past of the Wind River and its profound significance to a number of Native American tribes.
Each the Japanese Shoshone and the Northern Arapaho tribes have lived alongside the Wind River for generations. Comprising greater than 2.2 million acres, the Wind River Indian Reservation stays the house of each tribes.
The river and its neighboring mountains additionally provide limitless alternatives for outside recreation.
“However what occurs when your river is highjacked by a ruthless system that may cease at nothing to manage the useful resource?” Patagonia writes within the description of its newest documentary.
“Tribal Waters, a documentary by Teton Gravity Analysis Movie in affiliation with Patagonia, traces the Wind River because it winds by way of a historical past of stolen ancestral lands, insatiable agricultural calls for and the American justice system within the hopes of a future constructed on a sustainable, outdoor-based leisure financial system.”
Runtime: 50 minutes