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To the Crow Indians the Green river was known as the "seeds-ke-dee-agie," Meaning Sage Hen River. To the early Spaniards, it was the "Rio Verde", Which means Green River. The Green has always been an important piece of water ever since man first viewed it's green water nearly seven thousand years ago. Our Burt Brothers quiz question tonight is. Where is the headwaters of the Green River and where does the Green terminate? The answer straight ahead when KSL Outdoors powered by Ford returns to Wyoming.