A Native youth rides a horse through the campsite just after sunrise at the DAPL Resistance camp in Cannon Ball, ND. Horses are a common sight around the camp and used primary for transportation.A group of campers stake our a spot for their tents and horse at the DAPL Resistance campsite in Cannon Ball, ND. Strong winds and dropping temperatures at night are a large concern to those choosingA Native man in a high visibility jacket rides his horse through the campsite at the DAPL Resistance camp in Cannon Ball, ND. Horses are a common sight around the camp and used primary for transportatThe flags of the many Native American tribes camping at the DAPL Resistance campsite are planted along the main paths and along the highway.Many Native Americans still prefer the traditional methods of erecting teepees although it is not uncommon to find modern heating devices alongside a more traditional central fire.A roadside memorial at the crossing of the Missouri River separating Cannon Ball, ND and the Standing Rock Reservation.Medical supplies that have been donated to the DAPL Resistance campsite. A working healing center and first aide unit serve anyone needing medical attention. EMS is called for more severe injuries howThe medicine pouch of Healer and Tribal Elder Daphne Singingtree. Elder Singingtree runs the healing and first aide center at the DAPL Resistance campsite.Healer and Tribal Elder Daphne Singingtree. Elder Singingtree runs the healing and first aide center at the DAPL Resistance campsite. She has been practicing healing since the age of 12 and is a midwiSweet corn being dried for winter storage at the DAPL Resistance campsite.A Native American man rides his horse through the #DAPL Resistance campground in the direction of the front lines.Two Native American men ride their horses through the camp at a quick pace.Native Americans and other DAPL Resistance members gather at sunrise for a 5 mile march to the DAPL construction site.Native American Water Protectors at sunrise marching toward the DAPL construction site.DAPL Resistance Water Protectors march towards a hill under the watchful eyes of law enforcement and private security companies. Behind the hill is the DAPL construction site.DAPL Resistance Water Protectors wearing masks help guide the marchers toward the DAPL construction site.A Native American Water Protector holds a religious bundle containing sage and sweet grass called a smudge stick. Those marching to the DAPL construction site cleanse themselves with the white smoke aA young Native American girl marches with other Water Protectors toward the DAPL construction site.Native Americans and other DAPL Resistance members gather at sunrise for a 5 mile march to the DAPL construction site. Police and private security can be seen on the hill directly in the path of the DNative Americans and other DAPL Resistance members gather at sunrise for a 5 mile march to the DAPL construction site.