Indigenous Conservation Practices Are Not a Monolith:  Western cultural biases and a lack of engagement with Indigenous experts undermine studies of land stewardship

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Kelsey Leonard, Jared Dahl Aldern, Amy Christianson, Darren Ranco, Casey Thornbrugh, Philip A. Loring, Michael R. Coughlan, Penelope Jones, Jason Mancini, Daniel May

Abstract

Commentary On: Oswald, W. W., Foster, D. R., Shuman, B. N., Chilton, E. S., Doucette, D. L., Duranleau, D. L. Conservation implications of limited Native American impacts in pre-contact New England. Nature Sustainability https://doi.org/10.1038/s41893-019-0466-0

DOI

https://doi.org/10.32942/osf.io/jmvqy

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Environmental Sciences, Forest Sciences, Life Sciences, Natural Resources and Conservation, Other Social and Behavioral Sciences, Physical Sciences and Mathematics, Plant Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences

Keywords

conservation, Indigenous Peoples, Indigenous Science, Land Stewardship

Dates

Published: 2020-07-24 23:35

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