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John Amato, RN and I are stewards in the Tohono O'odham Haki:dag - sacred homeland of the Tohono O'odham Nation protecting the natural and cultural heritage of the Sonoran Desert and the Catalina Mountains. We remove hundreds of pounds of trash including barbed wire and old rusted fence posts that are a nuisance to and ensnare native animals. We rescued Sonoran Desert Tortoises from the aftermath of the Bighorn Fire and steward the sacred sites of the Tohono O'odham ancestors.
Instructor: Dr. Amy Eisenberg
Dr. Amy Eisenberg earned her Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Arid Lands Resource Sciences: Ethnoecology and Native American Studies from the University of Arizona. She has an MS and BS in Biology: Botany and Scientific and Fine Art. Amy is a scientific artist whose work is in the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation and has been exhibited internationally and nationally. She is a steward in the Tohono O’odham Haki:dag - sacred homeland of the Tohono O’odham Nation, and a botanist, ethnoecologist, organic sustainable agriculturist and agroforester and Associate Scholar with Center for World Indigenous Studies.
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