Jill Braly

North Carolina State University, Forestry and Environmental Resources
Long term sustainability of bloodroot on the Qualla Boundary Lands of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
Qualla Boundary Lands, North Carolina

Community Partner: Cherokee Tribe

Braly Research Summary (pdf)

Emily Gonzalez

Oregon State University, Forest Resources
Latino youth culture of the Central Willamette Valley : encouraging natural resource participation through participant research
Salem, Oregon

Community Partner: Latinos in Forestry

Final Report

Afton Sather-Knutson

Michigan Technological University, Social Sciences
Community response to landscape parcelization in the Keweenaw Peninsula
Keweenaw Pennisula, Michigan

Community Partner: Keweenaw Land Trust

Midterm Report (pdf)


Julianne Hazelwood

UC Davis, Native American Studies
The Alaska Natives Claims Settlement Act, cultural resilience of Tlingit Communities and forest resource management
Alexander Archipelago, Southeast Alaska

Community Partner: Sealaska Heritage Institute

Final Report (pdf)

Scott Perez

Cornell University, American Indian Program
The role of the St. Regis Mohawk as stakeholders in watershed management of the St. Regis River
Akwesasne/St. Regis Mohawk Reservation, NY

Community Partner: St. Regis Mohawk Tribe

Perez Final Report (pdf)

Lily Ray

Clark University, Geography
Toward wildfire co-management: integrating local knowledge and preferences into fire policy in Alaska


Gabriel Cumming

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Department of Ecology
Addressing landscape change with rural North Carolinians: Discursive evaluation of community-based research initiatives.
Macon County, North Carolina

Gabriel was a pre-dissertation fellow in 2005.

Community Partner: Land Trust for Central NC, Land Trust for the Little Tennessee, Macon County Planning Dept., Macon Tomorrow

Midterm Report

Annette Drewes

University of Wisconsin, Nelson Institute of Environmental Studies
Sustaining a rice culture: a landscape approach to understanding harvest and management of wild rice in Minnesota and Wiscosin.
Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin

Community Partner: Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission

Drewes Midterm Report (pdf)

Kelly Watson

Florida State University, Geography
Tupelo forests and honey production along the Apalachicola River of North Florida
Gulf County, FL

Community Partner: Tupelo Honey Beekeepers Association

Watson Midterm Report (pdf)




Community Forestry & Environmental Research Partnerships
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