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Indigenous rights on hunting and fishing

Land stewardship protocols practiced over millennia were developed by diverse groups of indigenous peoples and were informed by songs, stories, and place-based oral histories; these protocols are relational, kinship-oriented, and spiritual. Traditional fishing, hunting, and gathering are conceived of as a responsibility – to the natural world, past generations, and future generations – that reflects a nonhierarchical relationship with the natural world wherein both humans and nonhumans possess agency.

indigenous_rights_on_hunting_and_fishing.txt · Last modified: 2020/05/10 10:07 by admin