Colo. Woman Helping Churro Sheep Make A Comeback

Nov 21, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: KMGH-TV Denver

The fate of the Churro sheep flocks have been interwoven with the Navajo people for decades up to the present day, when locals like Betsy Harrison are doing their part to help the breed make a comeback.

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Pagosa Springs, CO

#1 Nov 22, 2010
Please visit the Cortez Journal at for the orginal version of this story. Also please visit to find out more about Dine Be Iina and the upcoming Sheep Is Life event. Sheep is Life will be held June 20-25th at the Dine College campus in Tsaili. The main events will be the 24th and 25th. Enjoy fiber arts demonstrations, a wool show, Navajo-Churro Sheep Show, vendors, a rug show, good food, talks, and youth events.

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