This installment of the Connecting for Conservation webinar series was the second in a two-part series on indigenous approaches to conservation. It served as a continuation of a conversation around Native American heritage and tribal stewardship, which began at the Salazar Center’s 2019 symposium and featured Loren BirdRattler and Terry Tatsey of the Blackfeet Nation and Eli Enns of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation.
The webinar featured Dina Gilio-Whitaker, Dr. Clint Carroll, and Dr. Dominique David-Chavez in a discussion of Indigenous approaches to conservation.
Lecturer, American Indian Studies, California State University San Marcos
Dr. Clint Carroll
Associate Professor, Native American and Indigenous Studies, CU Boulder
Dr. Dominique David-Chavez
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Native Nations Institute, and Colorado State University Department of Forest & Rangeland Stewardship
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|March 5, 2020||12:00 pm||1:00 pm|
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- Community-based conservation
- Diversity equity inclusion
- Healthy landscapes
- Indigenous conservation