Indigenous Land: Reparative & Regenerative Allyship
Join us for a conversation on indigenous land trusts, rights, and stewardship practices with representatives from the Sogorea Te Land Trust, Amah Mutsun Land Trust, Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, and the Western Rivers Conservancy.
Join us for tea in the Wurster Lobby at 5:30pm.
The establishment of Native tribal land trusts and partnerships with private trusts beckons a future where ancestral lands and land in and on our urban edges is returned to traditional ecological stewardship. How can we as planners, designers, engineers, architects, conservationists and environmentalists think about land management and wild urbanism in ways that shift power to the dispossessed, incorporates ceremony into the urban fabric, and opens up opportunities for a more sustainable eco-urban system?
This grant program has also funded the installation of a medicinal herb planter box at the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center Garden, Hearst Annex, UC Berkeley. Arriving late fall 2019. Indigenous Land: Reparative & Regenerative Allyship
This event is funded by the Arcus Endowment through the Diversity Platforms Committee of the College of Environmental Design.