This is a special episode where Annie, Turtle, and their fellow grad-student Kaya DeerInWater come together for a "workshop" on the idea of bringing worldviews together for biocultural restoration. We talk about Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Scientific Ecological Knowledge, how these are different/similar, and some examples of successful projects we've come across in our graduate studies. Interestingly enough, we didn't really do much of a workshop... mostly due to the 50-minute timeframe we were working with. But also because we put this together on short notice and overestimated how much we could actually get done. It worked out well though! We were able to get through the content and at least engage with the audience a little bit. The audio was recorded live so bear with us on some of the strange sound levels you might encounter. This is a cool episode and we hope you enjoy it!
- Knowledge Integration
- Knowing a Sense of Place
- Two Eyed Seeing
- Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK)
- Scientific Ecological Knowledge (SEK)
- Onondaga Lake in upper New York
- Black Oak, Wild Rice, and Blue Camas Restorations
- The Challenges with the Words We Choose (Indigenous?)
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