Chipa Lone Eagle Wolfe died at the early age of 62 on April 10, 2016. He was dedicated to his family, saving animals, promoting the real Native American history through educational programs, powwows, and helping the environment
Chipa Wolf was of Indian and French decent and had been a long time supporter of indigenous rights as well as environmental and wildlife concerns.
Dedicated to equality for all God's creatures, he had campaigned for protection of bears, eagles, trees, fresh air and water. Chipa was passionate about his beliefs which were well demonstrated in his presentations, whether it was speaking or performing at a university, church, school or in one of the festivals or pow wows his wife and he produced each year.
Chipa was a consultant for motion picture and television productions as well as been an advisor for recording artists and authors.
He was the first to tell you it's not about anything other than H.O.M.E. - Healing Our Mother Earth, so our children and all creatures have a home in the future.
“Man belongs to the Earth; the Earth does not belong to man.”