As drought threatens Klamath’s future, scholars tout tribes’ TEK strategies
Humboldt State University’s Native American Studies Department and Save California Salmon recently launched a spring webinar series, “Traditional Ecological Knowledge,” a look at how tribes’ traditional fisheries and fire management practices could address environmental crises. As California prepares for yet another year of drought, Dr. Cutcha Risling Baldy, department chair of Native American Studies at HSU, said local tribes are concerned about the health of rivers.
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