Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council Website

The Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council (RMTLC) is dedicated to improving health, economic development and education for Tribes and their members through a variety of programs, policy recommendations, and Tribal Leader meetings. RMTLC also endeavors to coordinate advocacy and promote the similar interests of member Tribes through various collaborative initiatives and projects.


The next RMTLC quarterly meeting will take place on April 19-20, 2017 on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming.  

The Eastern Shoshone tribe will host the meeting on April 19th at the Shoshone Rose Hotel and Northern Arapaho tribe will host the meeting on April 20th at the Wind River Hotel.  See the flyer below for more details.  If you have questions, please contact Frances Altekruse at (406) 252-2550 or email her at frances.altekruse@rmtlc.org.

Please click here to download the agenda.


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