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Lessons Learned and Considerations for Conducting Research with Tribes and Indigenous Peoples - Shared screen with speaker view
Christopher Dunn
28:50
Christopher Dunn, Cornell Botanic Gardens, and Chair, US National Committee of IUCN
Michel Lenihan
28:51
Michel Lenihan (They/Them) Communications Coordinator, Affiliated Tribe of Northwest Indians
Dan Grafton
29:23
Dan Grafton, PhD student, San Diego State University
Michelle Bahnick
29:27
Michelle Bahnick and Todd Gray, Tulalip Tribes of Washington
Dana Dierkes
29:32
Dana Dierkes, public affairs officer, Angeles National Forest
Chris Borden
29:33
Chris Borden chris.borden@usda.gov
Angela Sondenaa
29:35
Dr. Angela Sondenaa, Ecologist, Nez Perce Tribe
Vivian Delgado
29:37
Dr. Delgado International Indian Treaty Council
Krista Erdman
29:39
Krista Erdman, Science Integration Specialist, Northern Great Plains Joint Venture
Christal Johnson
29:43
Christy Johnson, Forest Service
John Sullivan
29:44
John Sullivan, BLM Eastern States Office
Reb Bryant
29:45
Reb Bryant (they/them), PhD student, University of Kansas
Jessica Bush
29:45
Jessica Bush, Montana SHPO
Andrea Anteau
29:46
Andrea Anteau (she/her), NEON program- North Dakota
Chris Farley
29:47
Chris Farley (he/him), USDA Forest Service
Kim Komatsu
29:49
Kim Komatsu (she/her), ecologist at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Stephanie Yelenik
29:53
Stephanie Yelenik, Research Scientist, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Reno, US Forest Service
Sarah LeRoy
29:56
Sarah LeRoy, Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center
Sarah Rinkevich
29:57
Sarah Rinkevich, Fish & Wildlife Service, Tucson, AZ, University of Arizona
Jessica Bolis
29:57
Jessica Bolis, National Ecological Observatory Network, CA region
Steven Johnson
29:59
Steven Mana'oakamai Johnson (he/him/ʻoia) - Arizona State University
Stephen Payton
30:00
Stephen Payton, IGAP Regional Environmental Coordinator, Chugach Regional Resources Commission
Samuel Reed
30:01
Sam Reed (he/him) - Grad Student, University of Minnesota
Erin Riley
30:02
Erin Riley NIFA/USDA
Lisa Grudzinski
30:03
Lisa Grudzinski, National Park Service
Adam Wilke
30:07
Adam Wilke (he/him), USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Lonyx Landry
30:11
Hestum all from Humboldt County, Northern California.
Mike Eberle
30:16
Mike Eberle, Water Rights and Uses, USDA Forest Service
Ben Vierra
30:18
Ben Vierra (he/him) - Pacific Northwest Science Operations Manager for the National Ecological Observatory Network
Shelby Kassuelke
30:20
Shelby Kassuelke, Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service
Chas Jones
30:25
Chas Jones, Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
Chris Borden
30:29
Chris Borden USDA- NRCS Acting National Tribal Liaison. Thanks.
Anthony Ciocco
30:39
Anthony Ciocco, Mvskoke, BIA
Kasandra Wasinger
30:44
Kasandra Wasinger, ecologist/project manager - Stantec Consulting Services - Kansas
Karli Moore
30:46
Karli Moore (Lumber), Stanford University PhD Student
Sally Ann Sims
30:47
Welcome everyone!
Beverly Castaneda
30:49
Beverly CastanedaDenver, Colorado
Anji Moraes
31:07
Anji Moraes, The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation and Vulcan.
Caitie Sheban
31:10
Caitie Sheban, UW graduate student, Seattle WA
Karuna Greenberg
31:18
Karuna Greenberg (she/her), Restoration Director, Salmon River Restoration Council, Co-lead, Western Klamath Restoration Partnership
Richard Wallace
31:26
Rich Wallace, Ecological Society of America
Wesley Willoughby
31:29
Wes Willoughby-Archaeologist BLM Northeastern States District, Milwaukee
Jens Stevens
31:31
Jens Stevens, Program Lead for Fire & Fuels, USDA Forest Service R&D
Karli Moore
31:31
Karli Moore (Lumbee)
Althea Walker
31:37
Tac meeywii! Althea Walker (Nez Perce, Hopi, Gila River). Co-Director & Community Resilience Lead at the Climate Science Alliance.
Gunel Asgarova
32:23
I am Gunel Asgarova from Azerbaijan Baku, asgerovagunel37@gmail.com
Maddison Hicks
32:29
Maddie Hicks (she/her) UW graduate student, Seattle WA
Kieren Daley Laursen
32:35
Kieren Daley Laursen, Intern, Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
Molly Morrissey
32:55
Molly Morrissey, grad student at Memorial University of Newfoundland (Beothuk/Mi’kmaq land)
Linda Long
33:11
Linda Long, wildlife biologist, USFS PSW Redwood Sciences Lab
Jonathan Long
33:18
Jonathan Long, USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station
Mikayla Kerron
34:18
Mikayla Kerron, Environmental/GIS Technician for the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation. Attending the University of Kansas in the Department of Geography master's program in 2023.
Kisha Gurule
34:53
Kisha L. Gurule, Bitterroot Salish, Montana. USFWS - Native American Liaison.
J.D. Ruybal
36:33
Hi AllFrom the Ancestral lands of the Ocheti Sakowin, Arapaho, Ute, Cheyenne, Apache (weld county/windsor colorado
Cleo Hazard
36:36
Cleo Woelfle Hazard, settler, Assistant Professor, UW Seattle
Erin Riley
36:54
https://prs.nifa.usda.gov/prs/volunteerPrep.do;jsessionid=M1Lonw35vbefLH_k37uMl4pdfOLGePhS8Ukr9duF.nifegra0043
Benjamin Yawakie
37:10
Ben Yawakie, Zuni, Turtle Mtn, Fort Peck, and White Bear First Nation, (he/him), assistant tribal liaison for ATNI
Erin Riley
37:17
Please sign up to be a panelists for NIFA/USDA's grant proposals. This is the best way to get funding into ITEK!
Bob Newman
48:08
hello all! Please let us know in the chat where you are from (name and affiliation) if you have not already done that.
Bob Newman
48:22
check our our webpage https://www.esa.org/tek/
Bob Newman
48:54
and follow us on twitter @esa_tek
Shelby Ross
50:01
Hi, I am Shelby Ross I am a PhD student at CU Boulder-Tribal Climate leaders Program
Sally Manning
51:28
Sally Manning, Environmental Director, Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley (Calif.)
Gustavo Carlos María Giaccio
01:00:54
Hellow, I am Post Doctoral Researcher at Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria, Argentina
Angela Sondenaa
01:01:17
How do you deal with the filtering of ITEK through the non-indigenous worldview or frame of reference? It can take a while to educate non-native scientists to appropriately understand and incorporate ITEK. Often have to overcome ingrained western, Christian worldviews. Current gov't agency structure, culture, and priorities not very accommodating of ITEK.
Angela Sondenaa
01:02:33
Sharing ITEK is a sacred sharing of knowledge so there must be enough trust and an actual relationship for that to happen. Takes time and longevity of interpersonal relationships.
James Monteith
01:06:16
Hello from Eastern Oregon Legacy Lands: James Monteith, Chairman, and Dr David Mildrexler, Systems Ecologist
Bob Newman
01:23:03
that was a really excellent assembly of insights
Sally Ann Sims
01:23:50
Thank you Frank for sharing your extensive knowledge and wisdom.
Elke Kellner
01:24:32
Hi, I am Elke Kellner, Fellow (from Europe) at the University of Arizona
Sally Manning
01:24:35
Yes, thank you for thinking this through. Hope this gets through to the OSTP and CEQ. We'll be watching.
Sarah Rinkevich
01:26:00
where will this recording be located?
Bob Newman
01:26:11
ESA and TEK webpage
Linda Long
01:26:22
Thank you Frank. Good information.
Erin Riley
01:26:25
Thanks for sharing! Great presentation.
Angela Sondenaa
01:26:30
Thank you Frank!
Shelby Ross
01:26:32
pilamayaye (thank you) for sharing your knowledge of how to achieve success on this matter
Molly Morrissey
01:26:36
Thank you Frank and James!
Dana Dierkes
01:26:36
Thanks, Frank. How can we access this recording later.
Sarah LeRoy
01:26:53
Virtual applause 🙂
Chanshri Pal
01:26:53
could you share those links to those websites?
Jess Robson
01:26:54
This was great, thank you!
Sarah LeRoy
01:26:55
Thank you!
Benjamin Yawakie
01:26:56
Miigwech, thank you Frank!
Cleo Hazard
01:26:57
Thanks, Frank-it’s great to see this information together in one place—definitely a lot to think about and take action on.
Ben Vierra
01:27:04
Thanks!
Karuna Greenberg
01:27:05
Thank Frank, great presentation.\
Wesley Willoughby
01:27:12
👏
Stephanie Yelenik
01:27:12
thank you!
Caitie Sheban
01:27:18
Thank you!
Chris Borden
01:27:22
Amazing, thank you for all your work Frank.
Michelle Bahnick
01:27:22
Thank you!
Colleen Rossier
01:27:23
Thank you, Frank!