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Medicine Lake Campground to close for tribal gathering

Herald and News 7/11/14
 

     The Pit River Tribe will have its annual gathering at Medicine Campground in the Medicine Lake Recreation Area July 18-21.

   The group will use Medicine Campground and the dispersed recreation area adjacent to Medicine Campground for the gathering. These areas will be closed to the general public, according to a   news release.

   The event is considered a cultural gathering and is authorized by a number of laws and regulations, in particular by the American Indian Religious Freedom Act and Presidential Executive Order 13007.

   For more information, contact Jayne Biggerstaff at 530-233-8740 or  jbiggerstaff@fs.fed.us  .

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