2013 Open Space Conference - Val Lopez

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Just one of the presentations from the 2013 Open Space Conference on May 16 at the Golden Gate Club in the Presidio of San Francisco. More information about the day can be found here: http://openspacecouncil.org/community/conference.php

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  • title-prayer
  • map of tribes
  • CA Landscape, precontact/native plants
  • St. lib publication and doc
  • Mutsun leader, Ascencion Solarsano, 1930
  • Ascencion, maybe put together with JP Harrington and Martha pic
  • slide for talking about land trust, AMTB future, AMTB landless tribe fighting to regain role as traditional stewards
  • map with Quiroste highlighted
  • Quiroste team
  • quiroste mural put photo credit cultural preserve – get phot of quiroste Art by Ann Elizabeth Thiermann, MFA, California Muralis
  • vjl and salazar, and MOU signing
  • add picture of McCabe
  • VJL/PM w/ Jon Jarvis, Director NPS SHOULD I CAPTION IT WITH YOUR NAMES? AND ANYTHING ELSE?
  • SF CHRONICLE BURN
  • arboretum logo and W&L pics
  • sempervirens fund…logo y? NEED PHOTO
  • mid pen logo—walk to Mt. Um sacred site with MIDpen, is this good?
  • 2013 Open Space Conference - Val Lopez

    1. 1. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDIntroducing the Amah Mutsun Land TrustValentín Lopez, Tribal Chair
    2. 2. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBAND‘Ohlone’ TerritoryTribes
    3. 3. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDMount UmunhumPhotos courtesy of Mid PeninsulaRegional Open Space
    4. 4. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDPhoto credits Sara Reid, Tribal Botanist
    5. 5. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBAND
    6. 6. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDAscencion SolarsanoMutsun leader and healer, 1890s - 1930Photo credit Chuck Striplen
    7. 7. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDMartha Herrera and JP HarringtonSample of JP Harrington’s Mutsun notes
    8. 8. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBAND
    9. 9. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDQuiroste ValleyLandscape ManagementResearch ProjectA multi-disciplinary team of UCBerkeley, UC Santa Cruz, San JoseState, UC Cooperative Extension,National Park Service, California StateParks researchersQuiroste village site
    10. 10. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDARCHAEOLOGY*Kent Lightfoot UC Berkeley, Dept. ofAnthropology*Mark Hylkema California Dept. of Parks and Rec.,Santa Cruz District*Rob Cuthrell UC Berkeley, Dept. of Anthropology,Paleoethnobotany*Christine Hastorf UC Berkeley, Dept. ofAnthropology, Paleoethnobotany*Diane Gifford-Gonzalez UC Santa Cruz, Dept. ofAnthropology, Zooarchaeology*Cristie Boone UC Santa Cruz, Dept. ofAnthropology, ZooarchaeologyPALYNOLOGY*Roger Byrne UC Berkeley, Dept. of Geography*Alicia Cowart UC Berkeley, Dept. of GeographyPhytolith Analysis*Rand Evett UC Berkeley, Dept. of EnvironmentalScience, Policy, and ManagementDENDROECOLOGY*Scott Stephens UC Berkeley, Dept. ofEnvironmental Science, Policy, and Management*Chuck Striplen UC Berkeley, Dept. ofEnvironmental Science, Policy, and Management*Gregory Jones San Jose State University, Dept.GEOMORPHOLOGY*Laurel Collins Watershed Sciences, Berkeley,CaliforniaVEGETATION MAPPING*Brett Hall UC Santa Cruz Arboretum, Director*Brent Johnson Pinnacles National Park,EcologistISOTOPIC ANALYSIS*Lynn Ingram UC Berkeley, Dept. of Earth andPlanetary SciencePHYLOGENETICS*Paul Fine UC Berkeley, Dept. of IntegrativeBiology*Tracy Misiewicz UC Berkeley, Dept. ofIntegrative BiologyVEGETATION AND FIRE MODELING*David Ackerly UC Berkeley, Dept. ofIntegrative Biology*Max Moritz UC Coop. Extension, SantaBarbara Co., Fire Ecology*Enric Batllori UC Berkeley, Dept. ofEnvironmental Science, Policy, and ManagementThe Quiroste ‘A Team’ Members & Affiliations
    11. 11. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBAND‘The Study of Indigenous Resource Management Practicesin Central California: An Introduction’ – Kent LightfootSociety for California Archaeology‘Anthropogenic Transformations and European Colonialism:The Effects of Early Historical Globalization in Western NorthAmerica’ – Kent LightfootSociety for American ArchaeologyQuiroste Research Publications and Presentations…and more to come
    12. 12. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDQuiroste Valley – 1stState Cultural PreservePhoto credit Chuck StriplenQuiroste Village Muralby Ann Thiermann
    13. 13. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDPinnacles National ParkResearch and CooperativeRestoration ProjectsChairman Lopez and SuperintendentKaren Beppler-Dorn sign MOUChairman Lopez and Secretary of the InteriorSalazar at PNP dedicationPhoto credit Chuck Striplen
    14. 14. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDPhoto credits Sara Reid
    15. 15. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDThe Hartzog Award for Outstanding Volunteer Service
    16. 16. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDA Process Restored:First cultural burn at PinnaclesNational Park – November, 2011Photos courtesy of Pinnacles National Park
    17. 17. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDUC Santa Cruz ArboretumAmah MutsunRelearning Garden Project‘Work and Learn’ EventsPhotos courtesy of UCSC Arboretum
    18. 18. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDThe Amah Mutsun Land Trust:Our Vision for the FuturePhotos courtesy of Sempervirens Fund
    19. 19. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDMid Peninsula Regional Open Space DistrictPhoto courtesy of Mid Peninsula Regional Open Space
    20. 20. AMAH MUTSUN TRIBALBANDGoals of The Amah Mutsun Land TrustProtect and conserve our sensitive cultural sitesRegain our role as environmental stewards in ourtraditional territory as we restore our indigenous knowledgeRestore important ecological and cultural processes andhabitatsEncourage a more coordinated and integratedconservation effort across our protected landsPlease Visit: WWW.AMAHMUTSUN.ORGPhoto credit Chuck Striplen

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