Category: Foundation

Alumni & Friends

The Cross-Disciplinary Future of Land Stewardship?

For the past three years, alumna Sarah Klain has been collaborating with the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation to create a land stewardship plan for Boa Ogoi, a 585-acre parcel in southeastern Idaho where the US Army Cavalry and settlers massacred over 400 tribe members in 1863. But, how does one begin to “restore” land in a climate-changed future?

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Lost in Translation?

Hola, прывітанне, नमस्ते, bonjour, 你好, Merhaba, שלום, and hello Chewonki!

You might not know this, be we have been lucky to welcome participants from more than 21 different countries over the past five years, and in an effort to make our program information more accessible (and fun), we recently enabled language translation services offered by Google Translate on all of our webpages. You can try out this new service by selecting the language of your choice from the drop-down menu at the top right of each page.

But what does it say?

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Chewonki's Big Eddy Campground

Update from Up-River

It’s shaping up to be quite a summer at Big Eddy, with the “No Vacancy” board hanging on the hooks below our open sign almost

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