Digging into the Past to Save the Future-PW059

In this episode, we look at how archeologists are working with native tribes to mitigate the impact of sea level rise on native burial sites. We explore mapping the complex webs of interdependence involved in one native fishery and how that sheds light on our own food systems. Our guest is Mike Newland, a professional Archaeologist from Sonoma State University who is a leader in addressing issues involving cultural heritage and climate change. Plus, a look at using archeology to reunite the cremains of loved ones with their relatives after the Santa Rosa fires in California.

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