ENGL 299 / NUTR 200 Nutritional Sciences: Find Background Information
Carrie R. Matthews Autumn 2020 - Food Sovereignty
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Tribal environmental planning and natural resource programs play a critical role in efforts to restore and protect important cultural and natural resources. Tribes conduct activities across Washington's watersheds and strive to solve problems at the ecosystem level.
Agriculture & Range program supports the Department’s goal of Serving Communities by improving the management of land and natural resource assets. The program assists American Indians and Alaska Natives in developing conservation and management plans to protect and preserve their natural resources on trust land and shared off-reservation resources, under the authority of The American Indian Agricultural Resource Management Act, P.L. 103-177 and the Indian Self Determination Act, P.L. 93-638.
The 20 treaty Indian tribes in western Washington are leaders in efforts to protect and restore natural resources in the region. At the heart of those efforts are rights reserved by the tribes in treaties with the U.S. government. Tribes reserved rights to harvest fish, shellfish, wildlife and other natural resources in exchange for most of the land that makes up the region today.
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