Native Perspectives on Sustainability

About This Collection

The videos in this collection were produced by Dr. David Hall of Portland State University as part of a series of interviews he conducted in the bioregion of Salmon Nation. Here is a rich heritage and modern day presence of diverse indigenous cultures and Dr. Hall's project sought to engage and more deeply understand Native perspectives on the subject of sustainability, in terms of the following:  

More information on Dr. Hall's project is available at nativeperspectives.net.
Related special collections include Wisdom Keepers, The Natural Way, Rights of Mother Nature Conference, and Wisdom from the Origins Conference hosted by the SEED Graduate Institute.
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Gentle Sloping Mountains by Carol Craig (Yakama)

Carol Craig (Yakama) introduces the homelands of the Yakama Nation and describes the historic and present day relationship between her people and the food sources available within this Yakama Nationregion.
This clip is part of a series exploring the meaning of sustainability from the perspectives of indigenous leaders from the bioregion of Salmon Nation. For a complete transcript of this interview and more from the Native Perspectives on Sustainability project, visit Native Perspective Website.

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