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Integrating The Traditional Into Government Environmental Work

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Mexico/New Mexico borderland, NASA Landsat, courtesy UNM MAGIC
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Resilience - Perry H. Charley Diné Environmental Institute"

Afternoon Freeform Tuesday 4/4, 3p: We continue our series of conversations with presenters at the interdisciplinary environmental justice forum Decolonizing Nature: Resistance, Resilience, Revitalization that takes place April 19 - 22, 2017 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque.

Music on the show will focus on one of the conference's three themes: resilience.  

Perry H. Charley of the Diné Environmental Institute on integrating traditional environmental knowledge (TEK) into government environmental assessments. 

I love music, especially when it is live and there is dancing involved. Music is my medicine, and I am here to help others figure out the proper dose ;) I am currently enrolled as graduate at the University of New Mexico where I am pursuing a Masters in Public Administration with a concentration on Nonprofit Management. This interest stems from my volunteer work in live broadcasting radio for the past ten years, with a focus on community issues and announcements. I work on a multitude of events, both public and private, to publicize and advertise for the benefit of my community.