Stoney Nakoda Knowledge Holders, student knowledge builders, and expert artists, ranchers, environmentalists, and others have collaborated to bring Alberta's wild horses online. The result is this website that investigates the history and importance of Southern Alberta's wild horses. Knowledge from First Nations elders, students, artists, ranchers and wildlife experts are featured on the website, in the form of video stories, artwork, computer animations and interviews. The site also includes never-before seen footage of wild horses in their natural environment as well as, over 140 digitized books and other Aboriginal and environmental resources in a fully text searchable database.
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