Hosted by California Salmon | TEK practitioners, scientists, and land and water managers will talk about how traditional knowledge is leading to genetic discoveries and the implementation of restorative practices that can help restore our world. The series will touch on subjects such as traditional fire and fisheries management along with Native American led oceans and estuary restoration and advocacy. See agenda below | REGISTER HERE!
The schedule is:
April 9th 10:30 am Intro to Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Brittani Orona, Hupa Save California Salmon and U.C. Davis and Ron Reed, Karuk Tribe
April 9th 11:30 Fire and Forests: Ali Meders-Knight Mechoopda Master Traditional Ecological Practitioner, Margo Robbins, Yurok, Co-founder and Executive Director of the Cultural Fire Management Council (CFMC)
April 23rd 11am Rivers and Fish Charlie Reed, Karuk Humboldt State University Native American Studies Keith Parker, Yurok, Yurok Fisheries Department Molecular Biologist
April 30th 11am Estuaries and the Delta Malissa Tayaba Councilwoman
Shingle Spring springs band of Miwok Tribe
May 7th 11am Oceans Marva Jones, Tolowa Dee-ni, California Kitchen Hillary Renick- Sherwood Valley Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo Indians, First Nations Development Institute
More information about this series and the Advocacy and Water Protection in Native California Curriculum is available at californiasalmon.org.
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