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Indigenous Social and Environmental Relationships, Resilience, and Priorities

The Indigenous Kinship Circle (IKC) is conducting a study to assess the social and environmental relationships and priorities of Indigenous people in the Northern Great Plains. We hope this research can support the relationships between Indigenous people and their communities and grasslands in addition to advancing their social and environmental priorities and resilience. Katia Pilar Carranza, a graduate student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is assisting with implementing the research.

Participating in this questionnaire will help the IKC better understand the social and environmental relationships of Indigenous people in the Northern Great Plains. The results will also identify barriers that need to be removed to support the social and environmental priorities and resilience of Indigenous people. This information will contribute to informing IKC policies, programs, and education, so they better serve your community. Native Nation/s and communities can further use questionnaire results to advocate for solutions that support your priorities for social and environmental health.

If you are interested in participating, please complete the questionnaire at this link or at bit.ly/ikc2023 by October 15th. The questionnaire is available in English and Spanish. We would also appreciate it if you could share the questionnaire link bit.ly/ikc2023, via email, social media, and other means.




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