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The River Feeds Us: Food Sovereignty & Community Resilience Online

When: Fri., July 24, 12 p.m. 2020
Price: Free
Native American artists, scholars, food and health advocates and cultural leaders present on how water protection and art, health, culture, and food intersect as part of Humboldt State University’s Native American Studies Department and Save California Salmon’s Advocacy & Water Protection Speaker Series and Certification Program. This lecture is with Hillary Renick - First Nations Development Institute, Meagan Baldy - Klamath Trinity Resource Conservation District, and Cody Henrikson - HSU Food Sovereignty Lab. All webinars are streamed on facebook live and archived on HSU’s Native American Studies youtube and facebook pages. Registration is at



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