TEK, right, Frank and Dennis photos

eagle1 copyLearn more about the 2014 SOU Native American Ecological Education Symposium that Lomakatsi helped organize in partnership with the Southern Oregon University Native American Studies Program and The Native American Student Union. Symposium presentations by Lomakatsi staff are available to download.

Frank Kanawha Lake, Ph.D., discussing the important ecological and cultural roles served by the plants from which this basket is made. Dr. Lake is works at the Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service.

Dennis Martinez (Oodham/Chicano) founder of the Indigenous People’s Restoration Network, showing how things work in ecosystems –at a workshop on “Creating A Sustainable Ecological Culture”, May 4-6, 2007, White Oak Farm & Education Center, Williams, Oregon.

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