About

Mission

White Horse Creek Council provides for the continuance and practice of native spiritual, ceremonial, cultural, and indigenous permaculture practices of first nation peoples and provides financial and promotional assistance for ceremony and its spiritual leaders.

Vision

The Vision of White Horse Creek Council is that Native Americans reclaim their tribal and cultural identities, and indigenous environmental consciousness.

Values

White Horse Creek Council adopts the Permaculture Ethic (Earth Care, People Care, and Fair Share) and the Indigenous Native American Way of Life as their driving value in their work.

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Non-profit Status

White Horse Creek Council is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

People

John Plentywolf

John Plentywolf

President

Sasha O'Boyle

Sasha O'Boyle

Treasurer

Maxine Knife Chief

Maxine Knife Chief

Vice President

Greetings relatives, I’m a Colorado raised Oglala Lakota/Ft.Peck Dakota. I was brought up with traditional values which I am passing to my 3 children. I started sundancing at age 12 and am a skilled custom order beader and seamstress. I currently attend Red Rocks Community College where I belong to the Sigma Alpha Pi Honor Society and receive my Business Foundations Certificate in December 2017. After completing requirements for my AA Business degree I plan on attending Metropolitan State College to finish my BA in Entrepreneurship. I hope to be an asset to the community by combining traditional values and skills with business and leadership, while promoting balance in all aspects of life. Thank you for this opportunity, Lila Was’te Wopila Tanka!

Lee Plentywolf

Lee Plentywolf

Founder and Spiritual Elder

Angela Bibens

Angela Bibens

Secretary

Angela Bibens (Santee Dakota) is the former ground coordinator for the Water Protector Legal Collective where she spent six months providing legal support services for the defense of water protectors in North Dakota. Angela is the founder of Colorado’s newest indigenous law firm, Red Owl Law. She is a 2006 graduate of the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and admitted to practice in Colorado state courts, the federal district courts of Colorado and North Dakota, and the Oglala Sioux Tribal courts. Angela has experience in environmental and criminal defense, movement support, and expertise in the Indian Child Welfare Act.