Culture. Heritage. Family.

The Modoc Nation is a federally recognized Indian Tribe under the leadership of Chief Bill G. Follis.

Modoc Nation currently has 496 enrolled members residing in 27 states.

Elected Council Members

Bill Follis


Robert Burkybile

2nd Chief

Ramona Rosiere


Mona Craven

Council Member

Tyler Scifers

Council Member

Jack Shadwick

Tribal Ambassador


Film Produced by: Meredith Ludwig

Please enjoy this video which was produced as part of an ANA grant. It is one of nine films; one for each of the nine tribes of Ottawa County. Thank you to Meredith Ludwig and her team for their work on this project.


Look up a gravesite location at the Modoc Cemetery. 

Location software by Cemify.


“Connecting To Our Past and Preparing For Our Future”

Modoc Families, 

Our Summer Youth Camp is going to happen however we are trying a different structure this year to try and keep people healthy and still involve as many kiddos as possible. 

Instead of a week of camp, we will have several different days stretched out through the summer weeks, so kids can sign up based on their interests and availability. We will allow ages 6-13 this year, but there will be days that just focus on the 6-9 or 10-13 age groups to let us provide the appropriate level of attention and support needed for activities to be successful. Our camp day will be split between learning Modoc cultural practices, history and language in the mornings, and then move to STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) activities in the afternoon. 

Please look over the days and activities on the flyer and let us know which ones you want to participate in. 

We are so excited to come together this summer!!!


DATE Activity Ages Sign Up By:
June 10
Field Trip to Native American Museum and Amazeum-Bentonville, AR
June 4
June 22
Create Modoc Family Tree and T-shirt / STEM Water Rockets
June 10
July 7
Make moccasins / STEM in the Gym-Magnetism (limit 10 kids)
June 28
July 9
Make moccasins / STEM in the Gym-Electricity (limit 10 kids)
June 28
July 23
Pre/Post War Modoc life daily life / STEM-Structures
July 12
August 2
Make a hand drum/STEM-Coding/Robots (limit 10 kids)
July 23
August 4
Make a hand drum/STEM-Coding/Robots (limit 10 kids)
July 23



We will hold camp at the MODOC GATHERING PLACE this year from 8:30am-4:00pm. All camp activities will be free and lunches/snacks will be provided. We will need all kids who sign up for June 10 and/or June 22 to have a “Permission to Transport” form completed and on file. Please reach out to us if transportation is an issue—we do not want our youth to miss out if we can find a way to avoid it.


Annette Clark or Alisha Shoemaker at 

918-994-1819 or

2021 Annual Meeting

Gepgank ?is hasaswaag

(Please come and talk with me.)

On May 1, 2021 we gathered for our annual meeting at the newly built Wellness Center. 

Afterwards, we met at the Modoc Church for lunch and fellowship. 

We had members attend from all over the country and look forward to welcoming everyone next year! 

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