The Knife River Indian Heritage Foundation (KRIHF) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote the preservation, development, and public understanding of Knife River Indian Villages National Historical Site (KNRI).
The foundation assists in providing aid to the park and education to the public in cooperation with Knife River Indian Villages National Historical Site.
The Knife River Indian Heritage Foundation is a "Friends Group" that created the grass-root initiative to establish the Park Site at Stanton and now plans an expanded role to promote the historic site as an international tourism destination.
LIfeways of the Northern Plains 2013
Lifeways of the Northern Plains is a program primarily for school aged children and is 3 days of hands-on demonstrations with members of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation. Demonstrations will focus on traditional activities. The general public is welcome.
Knife River Indian Heritage Foundation is on Facebook