The Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians has a proud history in Southern Oregon, with an ancestral territory that spanned from the Umpqua and Rogue River drainages to the north and south, and the Cascade and coastal mountain ranges to the east and west. Cow Creeks were traditionally seasonal people.
They spent summers in the mountains and winters in the valleys, gathering fish and lamprey, hunting wild game, and storing berries and other vegetation. Since time immemorial, they have experienced a deep connection with the land, water and bountiful natural resources that unite them and their homeland.
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