Three Diné speakers will share their perspectives about the importance of the Animas-San Juan river system to Navajo health, farming, and cultural practices. Dr. Karletta Chief (Univ of AZ) will speak about the collaborative research partnership to monitor the San Juan River. Duane “Chili” Yazzie (President, Shiprock Chapter) will describe the importance of subsistence farming to Diné communities. Janene Yazzie (Tó Bei Nihi Dziil organizer) will discuss efforts to organize tribal youth and community members around issues of water sovereignty.
Join us November 1 for a mini-workshop that builds upon the success of the original C4C to offer opportunities for the growth and improvement of existing partnerships, and encourage a broader dialogue about the greatest potential and impact of collaborative conservation efforts. This mini-workshop will lay the groundwork for a larger, more in-depth workshop next spring (2018).
Join us for a fun, informative volunteer day in celebration of National Public Lands Day.
Join us for a one day workshop to learn about riparian restoration management practices.
Join us in celebrating 15 years of Mountain Studies Institute!