9am Pacific time; 12pm Eastern time; 6pm Central European time
Celebrating sovereignty and demonstrating the uniqueness of all tribes, this conversation seeks to broaden understanding of indigenous-led agritourism initiatives with a focus on the unity of human and ecological communities. Presentations will explore best practices for integrating agro-biodiversity conservation in tribal communities; how culture, tradition and history blends through the Three Sister Story; and how ancient connections apply to contemporary travel company design and marketing.
Moderator: Trevor C Lane, Community & Economic Development Director and Associate Professor, Washington State University Extension
Speakers: Stephen Taranto, La Paz on Foot (Bolivia); Sherry Rupert, American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association; Ronny Lec, Founder, Mayan Institute of Permaculture; Michelle Danforth Anderson, Marketing & Tourism Director, Oneida Nation of Wisconsin.
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