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The Role of Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Discussions of the Cultural Dimensions of Climate Change


Thursday, May 18, 2017 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

TEK Symposium

The Role of Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Discussions of the Cultural Dimensions of Climate Change

MORNING:

800:     Sign in and continental breakfast

0815:   Shannin Stutzman : Traditional Opening (singing and drumming)

            Dr. Delphine Jackson: Blessing

            Acknowledgements Val Goodness/Gail Woodside

0900-0940:      Valerie Goodness

0945-1025:      Linda Meanus

1030-1110:      Delphine Jackson

1115-1145:      Val Small

1150-1200:      Blessings for the food— Rose High Bear 

AFTERNOON:

100-140:          Glen Jones

145-225:          Esther Stutzman

230-310:          Rose High Bear

3:30-500          ELDERS PANEL: What does Change mean to Tribal People and Elders? With Linda Meanus, Esther Stutzman, Delphine Jackson, and Val Small

 Part of the Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Ecosystem Sustinability Conference. See the flyer: http://www.forestry.oregonstate.edu/sites/www.forestry.oregonstate.edu/files/2017TEK.pdf

 


Charles Goodrich