Summer Rewind Series Part 2: "The Importance of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Adaptation Planning"

Webinar Date: 
August 08, 2019

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Watch the replay of this webinar from 2016. TEK is knowledge handed down through generations through traditional stories and beliefs, including the relationship with the natural environment. The webinar is focused on the importance and role of TEK in adaptation planning at local, regional, and national level. 


This webinar features presenters from 2016:

Margaret Hiza Redsteer, Assistant Professor, University of Washington

Preston Hardison, Policy analyst, Tulalip Natural Resources

Kyle Powys Whyte, Timnick Chair in the Humanities, Michigan State University

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