Friday, April 12, 2013

A-Z: K


From November of 2004 to July 2012 I worked for the Kaibab Paiute Indian Tribe as their Water Quality Specialist.  It seems like a lot of time in the US that the Indian Tribes got some of the most useless land when it came to establishing reservations, but not in the case of Kaibab.  They have over 120,000 acres of beautiful land in northern Arizona.  I feel very fortunate that I got to work there, and had the opportunity to see the areas that some tribal members haven't even been to.  To learn more about the Kaibab Paiute Tribe visit their website.

Me teaching a water quality lesson to the Paiute youth.
My Dad at the Kaibab Fishing Pond
My nephew at the Kaibab Fishing Pond

Every year they host a powwow the third weekend of August that is free to the public.


  1. What an amazing opportunity for you!! I bet you learned as much.... or more... than the beautiful people you worked with.

    Patricia, Sugar & Spice & All Things ? Nice

  2. I'm one of the A-Z team checking in. Glad to see that everything is going smoothly for you during the Challenge. :)

  3. That job sounds like it would be fulfilling and meaningful -- oh and interesting.

  4. What a great experience to work in such beautiful landscape with people who deserve equal opportunities, at least. My husband and I attend powwows whenever we can. -Belinda.

  5. Arizona is beautiful, but I wonder how people really hold up during the summer. Then again, we adapt to our surroundings, right?

  6. What an interesting experience.

    Have fun with a-z.

  7. What a neat job to have! That does look like an interesting place.


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