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Tribal Lands: Treaties, Federal Trust Obligation, & Opportunities for Cross-Boundary Collaboration

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03 Dec 2020

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Space will be limited to 500 participants on a first-come first-serve basis so, please plan to join 30 minutes before the webinar's scheduled start .. Read more time. If you have not participated in one of our Zoom hosted webinars before, please read the following instructions to find out how to setup, test and use Zoom on your computer. This is the second webinar in a six-part series that informs forestry and natural resource professionals of the full scope of land management approaches used by Native Americans across the country. This presentation will discuss that relationship, legal obligations of federal trustees, and opportunities for collaboration with Tribes across boundaries and land jurisdictions to achieve landscape scale benefits. More than 56 million acres of land across the United States are owned and managed by Native Americans, however many natural resource professionals are unaware of the unique history, legal status, and management of these lands. Join this webinar series to learn more about the history of native lands and their management from tribal legal obligations and treaties to wildlife, fisheries, forestry and fire management on native lands. The goal of this webinar series is to inform forestry and natural resource professionals of the full scope of land management approaches used by Native Americans across the country.

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