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Published on Apr 6, 2014
Katie Russell and friends camped outside Yellowstone National Park in February and March 2014 to make use of left-behind pieces from the buffalo hunt - hides, skulls, bones, fur, organs, and more. In the process, they worked to build connections with the native hunters, the Buffalo Field Campaign, park officials, tourists and townsfolk alike. It was their goal to build a bridge between cultures, factions, and political lines in common recognition of the innate worth of the buffalo, and our own shared humanity. Her project, called Buffalo Bridge, was supported by a grant from http://www.PrimitiveFound.org.