Talk Series: Working with American Indian Tribes in the US
We are delighted to invite you to our first ever series of talks and discussion on “Indigenous peoples and their environments.” We at Mano a Mano want to engage with researchers and practitioners working with indigenous peoples on development and environmental issues. Our goal is to share and learn from each other and to support the indigenous peoples we serve.
First Talk: Tuesday March 13, 2018 from 6:30pm to 7:45pm at Mano a Mano
The first talk of our series is Tuesday, March 13 from 6:30pm to 7:45pm and the topic is: “Working with American Indian tribes in the US.” It will take place at Mano a Mano (925 Pierce Butler Route, St. Paul, MN 55104).
Our first speaker is:
- Michael J Dockry, PhD
- U.S. Forest Service, Research Forester
- Northern Research Station, Strategic Foresight Group
- University of Minnesota, Adjunct Assistant Professor
- Dept. Forest Resources | American Indian Studies
Please RSVP by e-mail ([email protected]) or phone call to the office (651-457-3141).
Please help us make these series of talks a fun and informative gathering of like-minded people looking to expand their knowledge. Come, bring your friends and if you or a friend of yours want to be a presenter we will be happy to accommodate; just contact us via e-mail or phone.
First in a Series of Talks
We already have speakers scheduled monthly through June; check out our events calendar to learn more.