Charley Reed is of the Hupa, Yurok and Karuk people. He credits his academic success to his connection to culture, community, and the environment.
Charley has a Bachelor's in Native American Studies and a Master's in Social Sciences from Humboldt State University, where he studied the cultural importance of Spring Chinook salmon to Klamath and Trinity River Indigenous people.
Charley hopes to inspire youth and communities through culturally relevant curricula in public schools.
Request Charley as a Presenter for:
TEK Science and Management Curriculum Overview, OR Advocating for Spring Chinook Salmon in Klamath Trinity Watershed from an Indigenous Knowledge Perspective.
Araceli Moreno has a B.A. in Linguistics from U.C. Davis and a Masters in Education with an emphasis on Instruction and Curriculum Design from the University of San Diego.
Request Araceli as a Presenter for:
TEK Science and Management Curriculum
"The Tending and Gathering Garden (TGG) is a collaborative effort between the local Native American community and the Cache Creek Conservancy (CCC) to demonstrate the traditional land and plant management practices of California’s native people"
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