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Let’s Talk TLEK

On My Coast
On My Coast
Let's Talk TLEK

In this episode of On My Coast, we connect with a Traditional Knowledge holder who shares  their experiences and discusses how they share their knowledge.

Tune in for an in-depth conversation with Sabra Marie TallChief Comet (Coastal Training Program Coordinator, South Slough Reserve).

Traditional Ecological Knowledge is a knowledge system or worldview of human-environment relations that incorporates spirituality, cultural values, ethics, and the basic norms of society, and is passed down through generations, often through oral tradition. Local knowledge reflects the observations and experiences of people living in a region who may be, but are not necessarily, indigenous. Together, Traditional and Local Ecological Knowledge are pragmatic, holistic, and often emphasize interconnectedness between people and nature.

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