The village of Supai, Arizona is considered the most remote location in the United States. It's the only place in the US where mail is still carried out by mules. Located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, Supai is home to the Havasupai Indian Reservation. I bet if you asked three random people today, few would say they are aware that people live within the Grand Canyon and even fewer could name any of the several Native American tribes that call it home. One of the challenges of living in this small, isolated community today is that key tribal history and culture is not being passed down to younger generations in a meaningful way. Havasupai Tribal Council members have expressed concern that their young people are not adequately learning important aspects of their history and culture. The Havasupai School has limited funding and provides only a minimal education from kindergarten through 8th grade. The tribe's oral history is kept by their elders, a rapidly dwindling group, and the school lacks the resources for cultural programming that could make a difference. In partnership with The Umbrella Project - a Phoenix, Arizona based 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization - we are seeking funding to develop a cultural arts program for the Havasupai School. The program would include art, dance, music classes and an oral history project intended to capture, preserve and share their Native American culture and history. Using modern tools such as audio/video, web and digital channels, we hope to capture the spirit and lifestyle of the Havasupai for the benefit of the tribe, Arizona and the rest of the world.