Thursday, June 23, 2022 7 PM via ZOOM
Join Putah Creek Council and Dr. Beth Rose Middleton Manning on June 23rd at 7 PM as she discusses her book Upstream: Trust Lands and Power on the Feather River. Her presentation will invite listeners to look upstream, specifically, up the north fork Feather River watershed, to understand impacts of private and state water development on Tribal homelands, and opportunities for addressing those impacts.
Beth Rose Middleton Manning is a Professor in the Department of Native American Studies at UC Davis, located within Patwin homelands. She holds a PhD in Environmental Science, Policy, and Management from UC Berkeley and is passionate about rural environmental justice.
Check out more information on Dr. Middle Manning’s book Upstream.
CreekSpeak is Putah Creek Council’s six month speaker series on the nature, history, and culture of the Putah Cache Watershed, and more broadly, the state of California. CreekSpeaks take place on Zoom on the third Thursday of each month from May to November. Register for this event to learn more about the impacts of impacts of private and state water development on Tribal homelands.
To attend our June CreekSpeak, click Register Now! You will receive an email with information on how to attend this virtual event.