BISMARCK, N.D. - Governor Burgum and other state authorities say Thursday at 9 a.m. they will re-start clean up efforts at the Oceti Sakowin Camp.
And they're giving protesters still left at the camp one more chance to leave.
State officials say 11 arrests were made Wednesday, but most people voluntarily left the camp.
They estimate that there are anywhere between 25 to 50 people still there.
The state estimates the costs for cleanup could be over $1 million. however, officials say they're looking to restore the area to its prior state: a prairie used for cattle grazing.
"You know that our big ask for tomorrow is anyone remaining in the camp, we want to make sure that they know they have an opportunity to voluntarily leave. Take your belongings, remove anything that may be culturally significant, and we'll help you get on your way if you need to do that," says Gov. Burgum.
A 17-year-old and seven-year-old were injured earlier from the ceremonial burnings.
Arrests from Wednesday bring the total number to over 700 since August.