Photos from June 18, 2004 meeting at Karuk Natural Resources office, Orleans, to form

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Members of the newly formed Klamath Restoration Council formation group meet in the field to learn about Karuk restoration projects.

Above left to right: Freeman House - Totem Salmon author, and founder Mattole Restoration Council - Petey Brucker - founder, Salmon River Restoration Council - Nadananda, Founder and Executive Director, Friends of the Eel River



Earl Crosby, Karuk Director of Watershed Restoration, describes how the Tribe decommissioned 35 miles of logging roads in the past two years.








Decommissioned logging road (left). Laurel Pena photographs in a forest prepared for fire with ancestral Karuk practices.





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Nadananda and Freeman (left) listen to Karuk Tribal staff members tell about their restoration efforts. Emelia Berol and Jodi Frediani (above) talk about forming a media committee to develop videos and stories for the Klamath Restoration Council.



Ka'tim'îin Karuk Center of the Universe. Near the confluence of Salmon and Klamath Rivers.

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Wooly Creek (left) a critical coho spawning tributary to the Salmon river. Sandi Tripp (below), director of the Karuk Tribal office of Natural Resources.


 


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Leaf Hillman and son. Leaf, Karuk Tribal Council Vice Chair, founded the office of Natural Resources. Steinacher Creek (right)



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Ramona Driver (above), Karuk Environmental Co-ordinator.


Group (above) discusses concepts (John Dillion just out of the picture at left, then Freeman, Petey, Emelia, Jodi, Laurel, Nadananda, Jack Ellwanger and Leaf).








Freeman, Sandi and Leaf (left). Laurel, Emelia and Sandi (above).




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John Dillon, (left) Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries staff member, and PhD candidate at University of Arizona in Indian Affairs talks with Petey Brucker. Lyn Risling (above), local artist, and Julian Lang, Cultural Preservationist.



 

Mouth of the Klamath River (above), and Molli Hillman and son (right)



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