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Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Tribal Community

Preserving, Protecting and Promoting the Dakota Culture for Future Generations

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Welcome to the Mendota Mdewakanton Dakota Tribal Community.

We are a nonprofit 501C3 organization dedicated to protecting important and sacred sites and bringing Dakota Oyate (nation) culture back to its birthplace in Minnesota. 

1200 Centre Pointe Curve. Mendota Heights, MN 55120

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  • Acquire a land base so we can build a community center.
  • Obtain federal recognition.
  • Maintain a tribal office in Mendota.
  • Promote and support the preservation of the Dakota culture, including protecting sites of cultural significance to the Dakota people.
  • Promote a better understanding between the Native American community and the public.
  • Teach community members and others the Dakota language.
  • Develop self-sufficiency through in-house business.

We believe we are here to play an important spiritual and cultural role for all people who live here in the land of our ancestors. Please help us to continue our mission by DONATING to our cause. Pidamaya! (Thank you)​

End of Year Gratitude Letter.

End of Year Gratitude Letter Welcome to 2024! Where the hope is new and our eyes fresh to continue the work we have been doing

Inipi in the Pennsylvania State prison.

Here’s a link to the Circle News article about building the Inipi in the Pennsylvania State prison. https://thecirclenews.org/cover-story/locals-build-sweatlodge-for-pa-prisoners/ Chaplain Ammon, Lisa Yankton, Tom Weaver, Lon and

Inipi Help

Hello Relatives, your help is needed today to unload rocks and wood and reposition the canvasses on the Sweatlodge for our Inipi Ceremonies. Volunteers will

Inipi tomorrow Dec 9th, 2023.

Inipi, fire at 11:00 am, inipi at 2:00. Pot luck! Please come early to help Joseph and Dwayne. We are asking for donations for Joseph

Psincinea Harvest flyer.

Here is the flyer for the Psincinca (Children of the Rice) Harvest. Psincinca Fall Harvest Thursday Oct 19, 2023.

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