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Voices from Maple Nation: Indigenous women's climate summitAuthor(s): Marla R. Emery
Source: New England Society of American Foresters News Quarterly. 80(4): 8-10.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionIndigenous cultures of the U.S. Northeast are in the midst of a cultural revitalization. Among the hallmarks of this renaissance are a strengthening of forest-based practices that are at the heart of Indigenous cultures and identities (see, for example, Daigle et al. in this issue). Unfortunately, climate change and its impacts on forests represent a new and intensifying challenge to forests and Indigenous communities throughout the nation (Voggesser et al. 2013), including New England and New York (Baumflek 2018, Janowiak et al. 2018).
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CitationEmery, Marla R. 2019. Voices from Maple Nation: Indigenous women's climate summit. New England Society of American Foresters News Quarterly. 80(4): 8-10.
- Chapter 1: The shifting outdoor recreation paradigm: Time for change
- Chapter 4 - Cultural dimensions of nontimber products
- Integration of Traditional and Western knowledge in forest landscape restoration
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