Oklahoma Today|July/August 2020
“I’ve been working with buffalo for so long that I can tell what kind of grass they’re feeding on,” says Barrett Oden. “It’s subtle, but there is a hint of grass flavor. And where the buffalo thrive, the land thrives along with it. It’s one of those beautiful synergies that Mother Earth comes up with.”
Historically, bison have sustained nomadic people by providing food, clothing, shelter, and tools. Today, they’re helping future generations flourish as Oklahoma’s Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes break ground on the next phase of their bison program.
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