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Indigenous Values and the Preservation of Western Democracy - Shared screen with speaker view
Jody Peters
35:40
Jody Peters - Ecological Forecasting Initiative, University of Notre Dame
Crystal Fox
35:48
Crystal Fox, Infrastructure Consulting and Engineering
THOMAS RODHOUSE
35:57
Tom Rodhouse, National Park Service
Naanibah Begay
36:11
Naanibah Begay, Defenders of Wildlife
Lauren Maynard
36:21
Lauren Maynard, Virginia Tech, Lumbee
Liz G
36:30
Liz Goehring, Monarch Citizen Science, Colorado
Bob Newman
36:37
https://www.esa.org/tek/
Juniper Kiss
36:46
Juniper Kiss, University of Southampton
Daniela Shebitz
36:46
Hi everyone - I’m Daniela Shebitz from the Society of Ethnobiology and Kean University in NJ
Susan Sterrett
37:55
Susan G Sterrett, Wichita State University (Philosophy)
Susan Clark
38:34
Susan Clark, interested person
Richard Wallace
38:59
Rich Wallace, Ecological Society of America
Maryann Fidel
40:14
Maryann Fidel, Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council, in Alaska
erin bell
49:08
erin bell, ango-irish-flemish settler family and salish Kootenai college student.
Kennedy Rubert-Nason
50:50
Kennedy "Ned" Rubert-Nason, assistant professor at the University of Maine at Fort Kent (ME), Wabanaki territory
Sandra Del Rio - ESA (she/her/ella)
57:45
Sandra Del Rio, ESA staff, calling in from Puerto Rico
Rebecca Lyne
01:02:22
Rebecca Lyne, Certified Ecologist, Michael Baker International
Bob Newman
01:30:49
Great presentation. Glad the webinar was recorded - a lot for everyone to think about.
Jodi Norris
01:32:00
I love the concept of showing how much you care by taking a child's interests and concerns as your own. It applies so much to all interactions and any genuine negotiations and problem-solving efforts. Thank you for a lot of good information.
Jason McLachlan
01:33:17
Thanks! Great conversation.
erin bell
01:33:54
so many thanks.
Crystal Fox
01:34:04
Really great presentation. Thank you
Juniper Kiss
01:34:23
Many thanks for the talk!