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20.   Indigenous Village Recreation

The RREVDR  Indigenous Native American Village is an authentic recreated village  representing how the Rogue Valley and Table Rock indigenous natives had lived.  Ancient indigenous have lived in Rogue River Valley for at over 15,000 years.   The Native American Village serves many functions with various activities and programs.  It is run in cooperation, permission and collaboration with today's Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde and the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians that allow for coordinating resources to protect the Table Rocks for present and future generations.

 

For centuries, the Takelma Indians lived along the middle and upper Rogue River, including the Table Rocks area.  The Takelma tribe enjoyed the rich abundance of the food resources available near the Table Rocks which was largely the Rogue River salmon fish.  They were divided into two distinct sub-groups.  In addition to the Takelma, there were several other Native American tribes that lived in the region that included Shasta, Tututni, Tal-tuc-tun- te-de, Da-ku-be-te-de, Chasta Costa and the Karok.

The RREVDR  Indigenous Native American Village provides guided tours to Upper and Lower Table rock that includes different types of programs that include half day event, full day events, Lllama Teks, Overnight Wilderness Camp Outs.  Visitors learn how the indigenous natives foraged for food as hunter gatherers  and how they lived off the land with their understanding and knowledge of wildlife, plants and the animals that lived in the habitat, how they did Salmon fishing, wildlife hunting, gathering berries, roots, herbs, plants, how the lodging and camps that were built, the weapon building, canoe building, traps, clothing, medicinal, sacred teachings. Indigenous Native American Village provides many activities including indigenous elders passing down the oral stories, traditions, practice and indigenous histories with their story telling. 

There are also indigenous ceremonies, authentic tribal gatherings, performances including music, dance and more village events and activities.  The tribal elders share the oral traditions and indigenous knowledge from the ancient storytelling as handed down from the wisdom keepers.  The indigenous natives lead the guided tours fr children tours, family tours, private tours, group tours involving Rogue River, Upper & Lower Table Rock, hunting areas, healing sites, matrimonial sites and spiritual sites.   The Indigenous Native American Village also works with the Coalition of 22 green business anchors and networks events with the Equine Center, Eco Ranch, Learning Center and can also develop larger events, venues involving the Amphitheater Festival Grounds.

Kids learn about the Table Rock history, geology, plant life, wild life and the ancient indigenous inhabitants.  Today, most children do not get out and see the wildlife of nature very often.  At Table Rock Sacred Site, children can interact in a unique nature setting as they learn trail etiquette, nature appreciation and see a variety of different ecosystem. 

 

The nature tour experience reinforces a greater understanding the children learn from indig- enous knowledge and permaculture science as they see biodiversity in the Table Rock eco- systems.  They see first hand on the trail how Table Rock top mesas were formed from volcanic rock, mudstone, shale, flat top mesas, ancient volcanic rock, sandstone and mud rocks and ancient lava flows.  Children can touch, feel, smell and walk on the the complex topography, geological diversity while the indigenous guide  shows them the locations of the junctions of several different ecoregions. 

 

Kids learn about the Table Rock history, geology, plant life, wild life and the ancient indigenous inhabitants.  Today, most children do not get out and see the wildlife of nature very often.  At Table Rock Sacred Site, children can interact in a unique nature setting as they learn trail etiquette, nature appreciation and see a variety of different ecosystem. 

 

The nature tour experience reinforces a greater understanding the children learn from indig- enous knowledge and permaculture science as they see biodiversity in the Table Rock eco- systems.  They see first hand on the trail how Table Rock top mesas were formed from volcanic rock, mudstone, shale, flat top mesas, ancient volcanic rock, sandstone and mud rocks and ancient lava flows.  Children can touch, feel, smell and walk on the the complex topography, geological diversity while the indigenous guide  shows them the locations of the junctions of several different ecoregions. 

                                                      Coalition of 23 Green Anchor Businesses Summary

 

The Coalition of 23 Green Anchor Businesses is formed as an integral part of the RREVDR business plan and eco-village destination resort management services.   Their expertise, dedication, experience, resources and management in their respective eco-resort green business service adds value to the RREVDR intellectual property and greatly expands RREVDR branding in ecotourism and geotourism internationally.

 

The Coalition of 23 Green Anchor Businesses is a major part of the RREVDR marketing campaigns where ecotourism agencies worldwide will book various types of RREVDR destination retreat packages.  Each of the 23 Green Businesses are networked into ecological, social and economic sustainability while working together in marketing and cross-promotions campaigns internationally.   All 23 Green Anchor Business are integrated into equity partnerships with exclusive international RREVDR branding rights tied to proprietary services and products, intellectual property, options for participating in research and development contracts, sales and licensing agreements, merchandising and revenue sharing that includes destination resort tours, entrance fees, various eco-resort and green recreational ecotourism programs and packages.  

Each Green Business will purchase land parcels for their anchor business and will fund and build their own separate business infrastructure developments, construction, employee base and have their own separate business identity and proprietary equipment.   They will be able to use the applicable RREVDR green electricity, water, sewage, waste management and all the destination resort services listed in the RREVDR Green Anchor Business Agreement.   

 

Each of the 23 Green Businesses listed below will be part of the RREVDR international brand messaging, cross-promotions, brand packaging and will share in the resort revenue profits.  All 23 Green Businesses will participate and make available their respective business service in RREVDR green eco-resort tours for public, schools, strategic partners, tour groups, media, celebrities and research programs worldwide.

The RVEVDR development has outlined a charter to operate as a quasi-municipality corporate entity and HOA integrating 450 green homes with 23 Green Anchor Businesses.   Please contact us regarding your green business interest, expertise and participation capabilities.   We're looking for like-minded visionaries and green businesses to join our RREVDR elite green design team. 

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