Art by Obi Kaufmann, author of the California Field Atlas. See below for his website!
Do you want to know what some of the most experienced, most insightful naturalists in California have on their minds? You’ve come to the right place! This episode is jammed full of brilliant professors, authors, environmental directors, outdoor equity advocates, and science communicators, and they cover topics from traditional ecological knowledge and storytelling to fire on the landscape to the ethical questions around ecosystem restoration to how healing happens.
Complete List of Guests:
Greg Ira, Director of the UC California Naturalist Program
José González, Keynote Speaker
Rhiana Jones, Keynote Speaker
Obi Kaufmann, Keynote Speaker
Don Hankins, Speaker
Brenda Kyle, Naturalist and lightning-round speaker
Maribel Garcia, Naturalist and Participant
Justan Torres, Naturalist and Participant
Jason Fareira, Naturalist and Participant
Bruce De Terra, Naturalist and Participant
California Naturalist Conference Website: https://ucanr.edu/sites/2022CalNatCon/
California Naturalist Main Website: https://calnat.ucanr.edu/
Don Hankin's CSU Chico State Page (with listed publications!): https://www.csuchico.edu/geop/department/dhankins.shtml
Washoe Tribe Website: https://washoetribe.us/
José González's Website: http://www.josegagonzalez.com/
Obi Kaufmann's Website: https://coyoteandthunder.com/
Place & Purpose Podcast https://www.placeandpurpose.live/
My website: www.goldenstatenaturalist.com
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The theme song is called "i dunno" by grapes, and you can find the Creative Commons license here.