Links

Press:

“Profile: Sibyl Diver ’92. Curiosity builds cross-cultural ties.” By Daneet Steffens.  The Exeter Bulletin, Summer 2014. 

“Berkeley leads the way in NSF fellowships: In search of common ground.” By Abby Cohn. UC Berkeley Graduate Division Newsletter. Wednesday, September 12th, 2012.

“The Karuk Lands Management Historical Timeline: An Ongoing Story of Place.” News from the Mid-Klamath Watershed Council. By Sibyl Diver. Spring, 2010.  Download newsletter from here:  MKWC Spring Newsletter, 2010 May 17. Or access a text-only version here: Ongoing Story of Place, Spring 2010.

 

UC Berkeley:

Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management

TallBear Lab Group

Carlson Lab Group

 

Community Collaborators:

Karuk Department of Natural Resources

Xaxli’p Community Forest Corporation

Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission

 

Additional Berkeley Collaborators:

Fortmann Women’s Researcher Group

Suding Restoration Ecology Group

Watershed Governance Group

Local Ground Project

 

Funding Organizations:

National Science Foundation, SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (SBE DDRIG), also see http://www.nsf.gov/funding/

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program 

Joseph A. Meyers Center for Research on Native American Issues University of California, Berkeley

Program for Canadian Studies, Hildebrand Fellowship

School for Advanced Research

 

Klamath-based Organizations:

Mid-Klamath Watershed Council

Klamath Riverkeeper

Salmon River Restoration Council

Northern California Prescribed Fire Council

Karuk People’s Center

Clarke Museum