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Wildlife Stewardship on Tribal Lands Our Place Is in Our Soul

By: Serra J Hoagland(Editor), Steven Albert(Editor)
432 pages, 17 colour & 2 b/w photos, 25 colour & 1 b/w illustrations
Wildlife Stewardship on Tribal Lands
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  • Wildlife Stewardship on Tribal Lands ISBN: 9781421446578 Hardback Jul 2023 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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This groundbreaking book brings together Native American and Indigenous scholars, wildlife managers, legal experts, and conservationists from dozens of tribes to share their wildlife stewardship philosophies, histories, principles, and practices.

Tribes have jurisdiction over some of the healthiest wild areas in North America, collectively managing over 56 million acres of land. This is no accident: in addition to a deep reverence for the land and a strong history of environmental stewardship, Native peoples implement some of the best fish and wildlife preservation and management practices on the continent.

Wildlife Stewardship on Tribal Lands is the first comprehensive resource dedicated to the voices and expertise of Native scholars and wildlife professionals. In its pages, nearly one hundred Native and non-native wildlife conservationists, managers, and their collaborators share lessons to guide wildlife professionals in how best to incorporate native methods and how to work effectively with tribal stakeholders. The authors cover topics that include:
- Guidelines for conducting research on tribal lands
- Traditional ecological knowledge-based management models
- The cultural and ecological importance of key species
- Legal battles for treaty rights, management authority, and funding
- First foods and food sovereignty
- Fisheries and migratory bird management
- Tribal perspectives on the Endangered Species Act
- A history of modern fish and wildlife management on tribal lands

The content of this book is not limited to the invaluable reports of research findings, explications of methodologies, and case studies. Capturing oral histories and spiritual knowledge through interviews with tribal leaders and the work of Native artists and writers honors the holistic awareness of the land offered to readers of this unique volume. Ultimately, the contributors to Wildlife Stewardship on Tribal Lands demonstrate how tribal practices are pivotal guideposts for those seeking to protect and harness our natural resources in ways that can help reverse grievous biodiversity losses and ensure the health of our environment for future generations.

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Serra J. Hoagland (Pueblo of Laguna, NM), PhD, is the liaison officer for the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station at the Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory in Montana. Hoagland is a member of the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society, the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, The Wildlife Society, and the Intertribal Timber Council.

Steven Albert (Ramah, NM) is an assistant director at the Institute for Bird Populations, a conservation science nonprofit, where he works on avian ecology initiatives in North America and Latin America. He was the Fish and Wildlife Department Director and Chief Conservation Law Enforcement Officer at the Pueblo of Zuni, where he helped develop the nation's first tribal eagle aviary and a program of sacred spring and wetland restoration.

- Scott Aikin
- Steven Albert
- John Antonio
- Dale Becker
- Bethany Berger
- Kimberly Blaeser
- Arthur Blazer
- Michael Blumm
- Michael Brydge
- Ashley Carlisle
- Frank Cerno Jr
- Sally Carufel Williams
- Guy Charlton
- Samuel Chischilly
- Bob Christensen
- Gerald Cobell
- Cody Desautel
- Lauren Divine
- Douglas W. Dompier
- Ramona Emerson
- Kari Eneas
- James Fall
- Julian J. Fischer
- James R. Floyd
- James Gensaw Sr
- Michael I. Goldstein
- Kim Gottschalk
- Shaun Grassel
- E. Richard Hart
- Dylan R. Hedden-Nicely
- Caleb Hickman
- Serra J. Hoagland
- Kraig Holmes
- Nathan Jim
- R. Roy Johnson
- Jovon Jojola
- Tamra Jones
- Emily Sylvan Kim
- Winona LaDuke
- Stacy Leeds
- Crystal Leonetti
- Aaron P. Lestenkof
- Chip Livingston
- Lorraine Marquez Eiler
- Eric Mellink
- Paul I. Melovidov
- Lara Mengak
- Gary Paul Nabhan
- Liliana Naves
- Vern Northrup
- nila northSun
- Raymond E. Paddock III
- Lizzy Pennock
- Nicole Marie Pete
- Aaron Poe
- Georgiana Pongyesva
- Ken Poynter
- Mathis Quintana
- Seafha Ramos
- Janisse Ray
- Vanessa L. Ray-Hodge
- Amadeo Rea
- Mitzi Reed
- Marcie Rendon
- Sarah F. Rinkevich
- Bruce Robson
- Andrea Rogers
- Thomas C. Rothe
- David E. Safine
- Patty Schwalenberg
- Kyle Secakuku
- John Sewall
- Todd Sformo
- Richard T. Sherman
- Ron Skates
- Arthur M. Soukkala
- Lawrence Stevens
- Juliana Suzukawa
- Julie Thorstenson
- Gloria Tom
- Christopher Tran
- Craig van der Heiden
- John Wheeler
- Jessica Wiarda
- Tiana Williams-Claussen

By: Serra J Hoagland(Editor), Steven Albert(Editor)
432 pages, 17 colour & 2 b/w photos, 25 colour & 1 b/w illustrations
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"This volume conveys scholarly information that is balanced with traditional and spiritual knowledge. Academics learning about resource management, agency professionals working with tribes, and tribal scholars will all benefit from this resource."
– Laurel L. James, University of Washington

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