Mission Statement

ITBC Mission: "Restoring buffalo to the Indian Country, to preserve our historical, cultural, traditional and spiritual relationship for future generations."

Buffalo Tracks Newsletter Summer 2016

Please read the Summer 2016 edition of the Buffalo Tracks Newsletter! If you have any questions or would like a subscription please call Dianne at (605) 394-9730! Thank you.

ITBC Buffalo Tracks 2013-2016 Buffalo Meat into Tribal Schools Spring Edition

Please read our latest Spring edition summary of buffalo meat into Tribal Schools ITBC Buffalo Tracks Newsletter!

US House passes bill to make the buffalo a national symbol

Please watch our very own Jim Stone, ITBC Executive Director on KOTA Territory news.

Buffalo Tracks Newsletter Spring 2016

Please see the attachment for the Spring 2016 edition of the Buffalo Tracks Newsletter. If you would like your Tribe to be featured in the Summer 2016 edition of the Buffalo Tracks Newsletter please email Dianne at damiotte@itbcbison.com with your story and any pictures. Thank you.

2015 ITBC Annual Membership Meeting Pictures, Continued

Two of our ITBC Board Members Raymond Jetty, Jr., Spirit Lake Tribe, Sergeant at Arms, and Chester Whiteman, Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes, Region 2 Director, served their last terms at the membership meeting. They were presented with buffalo robes for their years of dedication and service on the ITBC Board. They will be missed!  

2015 Annual Membership Meeting Pictures

ITBC's Annual Membership Meeting in Las Vegas, NV was a great success and brought together our Member Tribes from all across the United States to touch on issues regarding buffalo. We had a great turn out with many great guest speakers, we look forward to another year of working with our great Member Tribes!

InterTribal Buffalo Council 2014-2015 Annual Report

Please see the attachment which is a copy of Intertribal Buffalo Council's 2014-2015 Annual Report. If you have any questions regarding this annual report, you can call our office at (605) 394-9730. Thank you.


ITBC will be hosting their Annual Membership Meeting December 9-10, 2015 at the New York New York Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV. You will need to turn your travel advance form in before your flight can be approved through Dakota Travel. After your form is turned in you may then call Dakota Travel at 1-800-445-2095 to make flight arrangements. ITBC has a block of rooms reserved and we cover all travel costs for either: the ITBC Representative and if they are unable to attend for any reason then we would cover all travel costs for the ITBC Alternate to take their place.

Online Episode of Taste of Hope on Inside School Food

Please click on this link to hear Jim Stone, ITBC Executive Director and to also hear Dianne Amiotte-Seidel, Project Director and Marketing Coordinator, talk about putting buffalo meat into schools and its positive effect on the health and diet of the Native American children in various Tribal schools throughout the U.S.!
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