Coharie Tribe partners with the NC Native American Ethnobotany Project

NC Native Ethnobotany Project: Building Healthier Communities Through Healthier Living https://www.ncnativeethnobotany.org/ The North Carolina Native American Ethnobotany Project is about maintaining strong, resilient Native American communities through knowledge and environmental stewardship. We work with communities interested in: •Reaffirming relationships with native wild plant relatives •Remembering and relearning medicinal and cultural value of native wild plants…. Read More

Donations Requested for Hurricane Relief!

The Coharie Intra-Tribal Council, Inc. is currently requesting donations which will be used to directly support the victims of Hurricane Florence. All donations of any size are greatly appreciated! Thank you for your support! CITC, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Click the link below to make a donation. You will be able to donate…. Read More

Coharie Senior Days

The Coharie Elders would like to invite all the Coharie Elders to the weekly Senior Day/Days at the Coharie Tribal Center and the Harnett County Coharie Indian Association.   This is a day of fun and senior activities which includes crafts, quilting, and fellowship. The Coharie Tribal Center meets on Tuesday and Thursday of each…. Read More

CITCI Holiday Scheldule

Coharie Intra Tribal Council Inc (CITC)  offices will be closed for Christmas Holiday from December 17, 2018 until January 3, 2019. We hope you have a Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year. The Coharie Intra-Tribal Council Inc. offices will be closed on the following Holidays: January 1, 2019   New Years Day January 21, 2019 …. Read More