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Inhabitants: An Indigenous Perspective (documentary)

 
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(Disclaimer: I don’t represent the project or the film, but I thought people might be interested)

There is a free screening of a new documentary on the land stewardship practices of indigenous Americans. The filmmaker had previously made a permaculture documentary, and came to find out that many of the practices came from indigenous sources. He wanted to make a film that showed the conservation practices that the Native American tribes to adapt to climate change.

There is a free screening for June 1st, 2020.

This is an interview with the filmmakers on the making of the film: https://civileats.com/2021/05/24/inhabitants-digs-deep-into-indigenous-solutions-to-climate-change/ The link to the screening is in there.
 
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Blurb from the interview:

Across the country, Native American communities are also responding to the crisis and many have been adopting climate action plans to protect their lifeways. But the land management practices these communities are focused on stand to have a much wider impact. Increasingly, they’re being recognized as a key to the future of our planet.

Inhabitants, a new documentary by Costa Boutsikaris and Anna Palmer, explores Native Americans’ role in climate mitigation and adaptation by focusing on the continuation of ancestral practices in five Indigenous communities. The film explores intentional burning among the Karuk Tribe of California; sustainable agricultural practices on Hopi land in Arizona and the Menominee Reservation in Wisconsin; the return of buffalo on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana; and the renaissance of Native Hawaiian food forests. Inhabitants builds on Boutsikaris’ previous film, Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective, which looked at the history of permaculture as a solution to local and global challenges.

 
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Correction:

The screening is free and available until June 8th. The panel discussion is on June 1st.
 
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