Clint Carroll

Guest Speaker Clint Carroll at March 16, 2024 Gathering

Guess who is coming to spend one on one time with the Colorado Cherokee Circle on March 16th. Yeah, we are pretty excited to host Dr. Clint!

Topic: Knowing the Land: Access, Conservation, and Land-Based Education in the Cherokee Nation

Clint Carroll is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation and an Associate Professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. His first book, Roots of Our Renewal: Ethnobotany and Cherokee Environmental Governance (2015, University of Minnesota Press), explores Cherokee relationships to land through time as mediated and influenced by migration, colonial dispossession, and Cherokee political innovations. His current work builds on his longstanding relationships with Cherokee communities and knowledge keepers in Oklahoma to advance methods and strategies for Indigenous land education and community-based conservation. He lives in Longmont, CO with his family and enjoys gardening and spending time in the mountains.

Sunrise over Colorado mountain range

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