Salmon Ceremony Oral Histories Exhibit

Embark on a journey of renewal! Come to the Grand Opening of the Salmon Ceremony Oral Histories: An Interactive Exhibit. Curated by the Humboldt Area Peoples Archive, this ground-breaking exhibit gives you an interactive experience of the Salmon Ceremony. Listen to the voices of Ruth and Barry speak about the meaning of the ceremony, look at the photos at the mouth of the Mattole, and discover the regalia and other objects from the Bear River Band. Developed in collaboration with the Bear River Band, the Mattole Salmon Group, Stacy Schaefer PhD, Ai Iwane and the Humboldt County Visitors Bureau.

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Environment, Bioregionalism Humboldt County was shaped in the 60s and 70s by the exodus of urban Americans towards rural environments that marked the back-to-the-land movement across the U.S.  Many of…

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Land Stewardship – Vision 2020

In 1993, Rick Klein of Ancient Forests International and Michael Evenson of the Trees Foundation proposed a plan called "Vision 2020: Restoration and Ecosystem Management" for the Bluff Creek watershed, seeking to combine the efforts and skills of sustainable forestry with native Americans and the US Forest Service.

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