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New book on use and occupancy map surveys

"The land is our life. Without the land we can't survive. It's as simple as that."
-George Smith, Cree-Metis Trapper

Karuk Lands Management Historical Timeline

The Karuk Lands Management Historical Timeline
is an educational resource for learning about the history of lands
management on Karuk Aboriginal Territory in the mid-Klamath watershed,
Northern California. 

Xaxli'p Community Forest

The Xaxli'p Community Forest (XCF) is an evolving example of how
Indigenous communities are redefining sustainability and asserting their
sovereignty through natural resource governance. Written as part of a
doctoral dissertation research project out of the University of
California, Berkeley, the report traces over twenty years of