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Using Indigenous Experience and Knowledge to Guide Sustainable Forestry in the Twenty-first Century

Arboretum Fall Lecture Series

Event Details

Date
Tuesday, October 22, 2019
Time
7-8:30 p.m.
Location
Meet at Visitor Center, UW-Madison Arboretum
Description
Michael J. Dockry, assistant professor, Forest Resources, University of Minnesota. Indigenous people have managed forests for generations using Indigenous science, values, and knowledge. Sustainable forestry began with the Menominee Nation in Wisconsin. Dockry will illustrate how Indigenous forestry is leading the way to solve some of the most complex environmental problems we face. Free, no registration required. Suggested $10 donation at the door.
Cost
Free

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