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High Country News Article on Cultural Fire Features CNNCTS Partner, Native Coast Action Network

In October of 2023, High Country News spoke with Teresa Romero about the partnership between CNNCTS and her organization, Native Coast Action Network, and how this collaboration supports Indigenous-led fire stewardship practices. Continue reading to learn more.


Graphic reads “Partner Highlight” along CNNCTS and Native Coast Action Network (NCAN) logos, above a cropped image of graphic notes included in the article and a preview of the online article itself that contains the article title and date.

In October of 2023, High Country News published an article about the partnership between Native Coast Action Network (NCAN), an Indigenous women-led nonprofit focused on culture and the environment, and the Collaborative of Native Nations for Climate Transformation and Stewardship (CNNCTS). The partnership involves the Climate Science Alliance, a co-lead of CNNCTS, and its Stewardship Pathways training program and Tribal Working Group—both of which NCAN will support by expanding training opportunities into central California and building relationships with partners and Indigenous groups in the Los Angeles area.


Titled Cultural fire is good fire, and California needs more of it, the article features an interview with Teresa Romero, an enrolled member of the Coastal Band of Chumash and NCAN Board President, about the collaboration and how it supports Indigenous-led fire stewardship practices.


Read the article here:


Learn more about the Native Coast Action Network and its role in CNNCTS here.


 

Learn more about the Collaborative for Native Nations for Climate Transformation and Stewardship (CNNCTS) at cnncts.org.

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