Howard Dennis, Hopi leader

Howard lives in Arizona at Second Mesa on the ancestral homelands of the Hopi Tribe. His birth name is Bahoyouma, which means “water running on Mother Earth.” Howard is a religious leader, a Flute Chief, and a clan leader from the village of Mishognonvi. The Hopi are the original caretakers and first users of the Colorado River. Howard also represents an emergent organization called Native Waters Rising, which seeks to protect the aquifers and watersheds of the Little Colorado River. Howard is also a board member of Black Mesa Trust and an advisor to the Waterkeeper Alliance. 

Upcoming Performances:

Aug 30 – The Hopi Tradition

Aug 31 – Red Cliffs I: Colorado Currents

Sep 2 – Rocky Mountain Power Community Concert