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Tracie Revis was the first woman to serve as Chief of Staff to the Principal Chief of the Muscogee Nation. Now she is charged with leading community outreach with the Ocmulgee National Park and Preserve Initiative, the Macon based group trying to create a national park that takes in traditional cultural property of the Muscogee Nation. (Grant Blankenship / GPB News)
Tracie Revis was the first woman to serve as Chief of Staff to the Principal Chief of the Muscogee Nation. Now she is charged with leading community outreach with the Ocmulgee National Park and Preserve Initiative, the Macon based group trying to create a national park that takes in traditional cultural property of the Muscogee Nation. (Grant Blankenship / GPB News)

In Georgia, an effort is underway to make one historic tribal land the state's first state park. Now, the tribal nation that has deep ties to the land has a new voice in the effort.

Grant Blankenship of Georgia Public Broadcasting reports.

This segment aired on February 23, 2022.

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