Coming soon to a laptop screen near you, an exciting new film following five Indigenous nations in their pursuit to restore their stewardship practices across North American landscapes. The video will be available on Friday, March 19th starting at 9am and will be available to view until Sunday, March 28th. There will also be a live discussion taking place on Sunday, March 21st at 4:00pm featuring Dr. Michael Kotutwa Johnson, an SNRE alumnus who graduated with his Ph.D. in 2019.
“Inhabitants: An Indigenous Perspective”
Presented by the Hollomon Price Climate Change Series, co-presented with the National Museum of Natural History; Directed by Costa Boutsikaris & Anna Palmer
"Follows five Native American Tribes across deserts, coastlines, forests, and prairies as they restore their traditional land management practices. For millennia Native Americans successfully stewarded and shaped their landscapes, but centuries of colonization have disrupted their ability to maintain their traditional life ways. As the climate crisis escalates, these time-tested practices of North America's original inhabitants are becoming increasingly essential in a rapidly changing world."