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The Role of TEK in Building Circular Economies and Influencing Federal Land Tenure Policy Changes on Reservations - Shared screen with speaker view
Larry Dyer
34:32
I am Larry Dyer, from Petoskey, Michigan, the ancestral land of Aniisinaabek peoples, and currently the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa. I am self-employed, working in agricultural ecology, organic agriculture and local food systems.
Jody Peters
34:55
Jody Peters, Program Manager for the Ecological Forecasting Initiative. Based at the University of Notre Dame
Zoe Roberts
35:11
Zoe Roberts, Environmental Specialist for the Upper Snake River Tribes Foundation - located in Boise ID
Dianne Watkins
35:45
Aaniin/She:kon, My name is Dianne, I am a 2nd generation settler of UK parentage currently residing on Treaty 3 & 3/4 Territory aka Brant Tract, in what is known as Burlington, Ontario, Canada.
STAN GALLOWAY
36:31
Stan Galloway, Consulting Forester, Bonners Ferry, Idaho
Joanna Tang
36:49
Joanna Tang, PhD student at UC Santa Barbara studying restoration ecology
Sally Ann Sims
37:40
Sally Ann Sims, ESA TEK Section Leadership team, Conservation and Climate Change Consultant, residing in the land of the Lenape
Kim Yazzie
41:04
Ya’at’eeh! Kim Yazzie, PhD candidate, landscape freshwater ecology, Univ of Washington.
Sally Manning
42:18
Sally Manning, Environmental Director, Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley
Charlotte Domingo
46:04
Charlotte Domingo, Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah, GAP Coordinator
Dianne Watkins
01:02:01
Chi miigwetch Dr Small
Bob Newman
01:02:42
Welcome everyone. Joining from land of Pembina and Turtle Mountain bands of Ojibwe and Dakota Oyate.Follow us on twitter @esa_tek
Bob Newman
01:03:34
We have more webinars in the works, check https://www.esa.org/tek/news/ for announcements and our twitter
Larry Dyer
01:04:22
Could you expand a bit on what you mean by circular economy and how TEK can serve it? Miigwetch.
Sally Ann Sims
01:09:25
Thank you, Dr. Small, for your work and presentation. Question: With the TEK related federal guidance that was put in place this week, do you see more opportunities for the kind of shared value discussions that TEK incorporates into governance issue discussions for "federal" lands?
STAN GALLOWAY
01:12:22
What is the preferred method of Russian Olive eradication? Herbicides, mechanical, etc.
Bob Newman
01:12:44
Another question about scale: can Tribes accomplish what they want on lands currently under their control or is it necessary to persuade others to manage state, federal, land differently (acknowledging that it is all Indigenous land, in truth)?
Bob Newman
01:14:01
https://www.esa.org/tek/resources/
Bob Newman
01:15:43
Thank you for a wonderful presentation
Joseph Gazing Wolf
01:17:55
Getting land tenure fractionation data from the BIA is a TASK 😳
Bob Newman
01:20:10
talk needs to lead to action!!
Joseph Gazing Wolf
01:21:58
Seed rematriation is so important
Larry Dyer
01:28:43
When the agencies ask Tribal leaders to talk, what kind of environment do we need to create to make the elders feel welcome and encouraged to speak?
Bob Newman
01:28:51
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Joanna Tang
01:29:03
Thank you!
Larry Dyer
01:29:10
Chi Miigwetch
Sally Ann Sims
01:29:16
Thank you!
Kim Yazzie
01:29:23
Thank you!! Excellent shares
Dianne Watkins
01:29:23
Chi miigweth and nia:wen!
Joseph Gazing Wolf
01:29:26
Thank you Val!
Jody Peters
01:29:29
πŸ‘πŸ» Thank you! Really appreciate your push for action more than talk.
Juniper Kiss
01:29:46
Thank you very much for the great talk and discussion!
Joseph Gazing Wolf
01:30:52
Please invite your membership from other professional societies as well, all are welcome
Bob Newman
01:31:00
https://esa.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_VNTMuh7VRLuTG5yFeW228Q