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The Tribal Marine Collaborative joined forces with Save California Salmon, California Indian Water Board Commission, Sacred Places Institute, numerous California Tribes and environmental groups; for a Day of Action on the west steps of California's State Capital for Water and Salmon. The morning began with lobbying appointments with staff members of Sen. McGuire, Sen. Padilla, Asm. Jim Wood, Asm. Alex Lee, Asm. Connolly and Asm. Ramos.
TMC outreached for the Tribal Water Summit, and was able to gain more participation from Tribal Leaders and Cultural Bearers throughout the state. In attendance was Chairwoman Louise Ramirez of the Esselen Nation(OCEN) and Chairwoman Quirina Geary of the Tamien Nation.
TMC engaged in relationship-building while bringing in unique and poignant California Indigenous perspectives to the MPA Collaborative Network Events. During the Decadal Management Review, from CA Fish & Game, several TMC members made Public Comments.
TMC training led by Fred Briones (Big Valley Pomo/Filipino Hawaiian), hosted by the Wiyot Tribe; with over thirty Indigenous people and allies attending from all over California.
At Crystal Cove State Park, TMC discussed tribal management, and tribal marine work. Hosted by Sacred Places Institute and the Crystal Cove Conservancy.
MPA Watch in person training in Northern California, hosted by the Yurok Tribe in Klamath,CA
CEED - Center for environmental economic development
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