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Tule weavers Pendleton Moses, left, makes decoys ducks out of tule reeds with students at Cultural Night, held at Lake Roosevelt on Monday. Moses explained that 2,500 year old decoy ducks had been found in a cave in Nevada, and that hunters would lure real ducks with the decoys before nabbing them for food. Culture night also had deer hides, traditional foods and herbs, painting, and more.  From left clockwise are Pendleton Moses, Wiyaka Steinke, Colin Chaney, Paisley Chaney, Layla Carson, Lisa Carson, and Trevor Johnson. 

Pendleton Moses, left, makes decoys ducks out of tule reeds with students at Cultural Night, held at Lake Roosevelt on Monday. Moses explained that 2,500 year old decoy ducks had been found in a cave in Nevada, and that hunters would lure real ducks with the decoys before nabbing them for food. Culture night also had deer hides, traditional foods and herbs, painting, and more.  From left clockwise are Pendleton Moses, Wiyaka Steinke, Colin Chaney, Paisley Chaney, Layla Carson, Lisa Carson, and Trevor Johnson. 



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