Published October 20, 2022

We recently celebrated Amanda Rose, Southern Oregon University Native American Studies student, for completing the Tribal Partnerships Program 120-hour internship with Lomakatsi, working directly with Tribal Partnerships Director Belinda Brown on outreach and collaboration for various projects with Tribal partners throughout the summer and early fall.
This internship focuses on elevating Tribal partnerships in collaborative forest and watershed restoration and increasing Tribal inclusion in large landscape-scale ecosystem restoration initiatives that benefit Tribal communities through co-investment aimed at the long-term co-management of ancestral lands. We thank Amanda Rose for her dedicated work and contributions to centering Indigenous Traditional Ecological Knowledge, facilitating open and honest dialogue, integrating collaborative models, and sharing her expertise in theoretical and applied studies at the intersection of earth systems sciences and Indigenous methodologies.

We are pleased to continue working with Amanda following her internship on preparations for the 2023 Tribal Summit and in collaboration with the Indigenous Gardens Network.
Congratulations, Amanda!
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