Have you been to the Grand Canyon National Park? If so, it’s likely you did not experience the local indigenous culture and did not hear the stories of what Grand Canyon means to the local Navajos.Ya’ateeh! (Hello) My name is Alberta Henry and I was born and raised in Cameron, AZ, the East Gateway to the Grand Canyon National Park, in the far western region of the Navajo Nation. My family and I have created the Big Hogan Enterprise in hopes of creating opportunities for our community and the larger Navajo Nation by developing a bed and breakfast, and a forum for global dialogue on indigenous knowledge.The Big Hogan, located at the east entrance of the Grand Canyon National Park South Rim, is a traditional and sacred homestead for five generations of my family. My Family and I aspire to revitalize the Navajo culture, protect the natural resources and inspire visitors to become stewards of this sacred area by offering a unique cultural experience combined with the powerful beauty of the Little Colorado River. The Big Hogan Enterprise mission is to share the Navajo culture, language, and history with the tourists who visit the Grand Canyon.The Big Hogan Enterprise has hogans (octagon buildings) and canvas tents for accommodation, traditional and American cuisines, historic sites, story telling, history about the area and Dineh (Navajo people), and beautiful scenic views.