Centering Indigenous Perspectives on Environmental Stewardship – Free Online Panel
Join the Boulder Watershed Collective and our partners for an online panel discussion about Indigenous perspectives on environmental stewardship.
What: This panel will present local and regional views on climate change, environmental and social justice, Traditional Ecological Knowledge and cultural fire, tribal governance and material, spiritual, and political ties with the lands. Panelists include Christina Conquering Bear, Clint Carroll, Deniss Martinez, Shannon Francis, Renee Millard-Chacon and other guests. The panel is hosted in partnership with the University of Colorado Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies, Boulder Climbing Community, The City of Boulder’s Human Relation Commissio, and Spirit of the Sun.
When: Monday, October 11th from 2:30-4:00pm (MST)
Where: Zoom Online (Zoom link provided after registration)
To register, visit: https://centeringindigenousperspectives.eventbrite.com
For questions or comments, please email Erin Fried (erin).
We hope to see you there!
Communication & Education Project Manager
Boulder Watershed Collective
1740 Fourmile Canyon Dr.
Boulder, CO 80302
I recognize that the Boulder Creek Watershed sits upon land within the territories of the Ute, Cheyenne, and Arapaho peoples. Further, I acknowledge that 48contemporary tribal nations are historically tied to the lands that make up the state of Colorado.