Tribal Connections Broadcast/Webinar Series

This webinar series is a series of educational webinars focusing on Indian Country and fostering tribal connections.


Disclaimer: This webinar series is for educational purposes only. The opinions, ideas or data presented in this webinar series do not represent FWS policy or constitute endorsement by FWS. Some of the materials and images may be protected by copyright or may have been licenses to us by a third party and are restricted in their use. Mention of any product names, companies, web links, textbooks or other references does not imply Federal endorsement.



Webinar Descriptions

An Introduction to Traditional, or Indigenous Knowledge (TEK)

  • Details: During this presentation you’ll learn what traditional ecological knowledge means. This presentation qualifies for one diversity credit

  • Presenters: Crystal Leonetti (USFWS), Kim Greenwood (NPS) and Ciarra Greene (Nez Perce Tribal Resolutions Committee)

  • Recorded: July 20, 2020

  • Duration: 71 Minutes

Celebrating Our Native American Heritage: Partnering with Tribes to Manage Natural Resources

  • Details: We welcome any Department of Interior staff and partners who are involved with tribes or who wish to learn more about working with tribes. This webinar qualifies for one hour of diversity credit.

  • Mr. Myers will speak about the inter-tribal natural resource management organization’s role in protecting and implementing off-reservation hunting, fishing, and gathering rights for the Bois Forte and Grand Portage Bands of the Lake Superior Chippewa.

  • Presenters: Sonny Myers

  • Recorded: November 18, 2020

  • Duration: 60 Minutes

  • Resources: Non-supervisory self-certification