2024-03-14 | 12:00 PT | Online

Revitalizing Sea Gardens in the NE Pacific: Reconnecting to Cultural Traditions, Ecologies, and Foods


Sea Gardens have been tended and maintained by Indigenous people across the NE Pacific for countless generations. Restoring these sites have been transformative for people and places of culture, reconnecting communities to teachings and traditions around food security and sovereignty, ecology and language.

Join the Ocean Decade Collaborative Center for the Northeast Pacific for a Decade Dialogue about Sea Gardens, and their role in revitalizing connections for and across Indigenous communities in the NE Pacific region.

We'll hear from our invited speakers, then it's your turn! We invite participants to join the invited speaker in moderated conversation. You'll have the opportunity to ask questions and share your perspectives.After the webinar, we invite Early Career Ocean Professionals (ECOPs) to stay online to discuss, debrief, and exchange ideas in a focused session with the speakers. An Early Career Ocean Professional self-identifies as being early in their career in any field related to the ocean, including undergraduate or graduate education or in the workforce.



The Ocean Decade Collaborative Center for the Northeast Pacific is committed to meeting accessibility needs where possible. Please contact kathryn.sheps@tula.org to discuss how we can help make this event more accessible for you.

Code of Conduct

This is an inclusive event. By submitting your registration, you are agreeing to engage with organizers and other guests at the event in a respectful manner. Offensive or discriminatory behavior and/or language toward event organizers and other guests will not be tolerated. Such behavior may result in the removal or banning of the individual(s) from future events.

This is an Ocean Decade Endorsed Activity
This is an Ocean Decade Endorsed Activity

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