Earth Day tradition continues to keep CPN a beautiful area

  April in Oklahoma is when the season truly starts to change, with grass turning green, trees begin to bud and crops sprout from the tilled soil. With seven billion people in the world, keeping up with the waste is something the earth can’t defend against without help. Earth Day was created in 1970 by Read More »

Native youth’s perspective: Advice from teens for parents

  Have you ever heard the saying, “Raising teenagers is like nailing Jell-O to a wall”? It is humorous quote and one many can relate to, but adolescence can more easily be navigated and understood when we actually listen to those in the middle of childhood and young adulthood. The Tribal youth programs at Citizen Read More »