Indigenous Nations' environmental stewardship in tackling invasive species

As invasive species are threatening ecological habitats throughout the US and Canada, the role of Indigenous nations as environmental stewards has often been overlooked, according to a Dartmouth-led study published in the current issue of American Indian Quarterly. The findings provide examples of the many ways Indigenous nations are adapting to invasive species, documenting their impact and implementing active response strategies based on an online survey of over 140 Indigenous respondents.

Indigenous Nations' environmental stewardship in tackling invasive species

As invasive species are threatening ecological habitats throughout the U.S. and Canada, the role of Indigenous nations as environmental stewards has often been overlooked, according to a Dartmouth-led ...

Sun 8 Oct 17 from Phys.org

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