Native Lands & the Continental Divide Trail Landscape
CDTC acknowledges our responsibility to combat the erasure of Indigenous histories and presence in the work that we do along the Continental Divide Trail, as well as acknowledge and amplify the past and contemporary contributions and leadership of Indigenous people and Tribal Sovereigns in conservation and public lands management.current projects contact us
Cultural Landscape Training Path Tool
Build respect for the land and engagement with Indigenous communities. This story map is a tool for Federal and State Employees, NGOs, and local communities.access
6 Driving Principles for Improving Engagement and Equity for Projects Conducted on Ancestral Land*
- Explore Indigenous Media
- Acknowledge Administrative Histories
- Understand that Tone and Setting Matter
- Support Sovereignty
- Diversify Points of Engagement
- Honor Expertise of Indigenous Partners
Based on research from the *Cultural Landscape Training Pathlearn more
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