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Julie Thorstenson's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Adam Ringia
21:44
Adam Ringia, Southwest Tribal Fisheries Commission - Albuquerque, NM
Shaun Grassel
21:48
Hello Everyone, I'm Shaun Grassel, Wildlife Biologist and enrolled member of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe (South Dakota).
Jennifer Johnson
21:52
Jennifer Johnson, currently Yankton SD, soon to be Albuquerque NM
Caleb Hickman
21:53
Caleb Hickman ᎠᎭᏂ
Tovar Cerulli
21:53
Tovar Cerulli (Metropolitan Group), Vermont, Abenaki land
Sean Saville
21:57
Sean Saville, Campaign Manager, Alliance for America's Fish & Wildlife, Washington, DC
Ashley Carlisle
22:03
Ashley Carlisle, From Tohatchi, New Mexico. Education Coordinator for NAFWS
Gael Sanchez
22:04
Gael Sanchez, Lead Inland Wildlife Biologist for Bay Mills Indian Community
Heidi
22:07
Heidi McCann. NAFWS Office Manager/Membership Coordinator. Denver, CO. Yaavpai-Apache Nation.
John Banks
22:10
John Banks
Chad McCrea
22:17
Chad McCrea & Derek Abrahamson Spokane Tribe of Indians
Susan Young
22:21
Susan Young - Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians Natural Resources Director - former NAFWS NE Regional Director
Brenda Ball
22:25
Hello from Brenda Ball, Ak-Chin Indian Community Environmental Protection Dept. Director
Mitzi Reed
22:28
Mitzi Reed, MS Band of Choctaw Indians’ Wildlife & Parks, Choctaw, MS
Cari Furiness
22:30
Cari Furiness, Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center based at North Carolina State University
Arthur
22:34
Arthur Lawson Shoshone and Arapaho Tribal Fish and Game Wind River Wyoming.
Corey Lucero
22:37
Corey Lucero, Fish & Wildlife Biologist, Native American Fish & Wildlife Society
Katharine DeVilbiss (Raleigh)
22:37
Hello. Katharine DeVIlbiss. Aquatic Wildlife Diversity Conservation Biologist, NC Wildlife Resources Commission
RHill
22:39
Ryan Hill Biologist for the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate
Whisper Camel-Means
22:42
Whisper Camel-Means, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes
Jess Fort
22:52
Jess FortWildlife BiologistNavajo Nation Dept of Fish and Wildlife
John Banks
22:53
John Banks-Natural Resources Director, Penobscot Nation (Maine)
Elveda Martinez
22:59
Elveda Martinez, Walker River Paiute Tribe, Water Resources Coordinator; SW Region Director & NAFWS President
Gloria Tom
23:14
Gloria Tom, Navajo Nation Department of Fish and Wildlife. Thanks for being here!!
FeldhusenJ
23:14
Jill Feldhusen, National Wildlife Federation. Nice to "meet" you all!
Milford’s iPad
23:19
Milford Muskett- SIPI - Chair STEM
Jordan Grotts
23:50
Hi everyone! Jordan Grotts from the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Environmental Protection Service.
Serra Hoagland
24:18
Good afternoon everyone :) calling in as visitor from homelands of Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes in NW Montana. Excited to listen in today!
Mark Cantrell
24:37
Mark Cantrell, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, tribal liaison for Florida.
djr
24:44
Don Reiter, Regional Director, Great Lakes NAFWS. Wildlife Biologist Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin. Thanks for providing information.
Elridge
25:05
howdy guys.... elridge from jicarilla Apache game and fish dpmnt
Darren Talayumptewa
25:10
Darren Talayumptewa, Program Manager - Wildlife & Ecosystems Management Program, Department of Natural Resources, Hopi Tribe….and SW Director for NAFWS SW Region.
Ben Simpson
25:25
Hi Everyone, Ben Simpson, Big Game Biologist for the Penobscot Nation in Maine.
shannon clairmont Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes
25:37
Hello everyone, Shannon Clairmont CSKT Wildlife Management Program, Montana
Doug Craven
25:49
Doug Craven, Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Natural Resource Dept. Director
Tim Hiller
27:00
Hi all! Tim Hiller, Wildlife Ecology Institute, Helena, MT. Great to be here, and hope to continue to add more tribal projects and collaborations in our work.
Chad Brown
27:26
Chad Brown, Santa Clara Pueblo Forestry Department, New Mexico
ahatch
28:24
Alan Hatch, Pueblo of Santa Ana Department of Natural Resources Director
Julie Thorstenson
31:31
Feel free to type your questions in the chat box and we will answer them at the end of the speakers
John Galvan
31:32
Good afternoon, John Galvan, Pueblo of Jemez Natural Resouces Department.
Mescalero Fish Hatchery
35:37
Hello everyone! Shelley, John, Houston, and Kenan from Mescalero Tribal Fish Hatchery.
Serra Hoagland
58:51
IFMAT III found tribal forestry funding is less than $3/acre and the USFS is over $8. So yes, this is true across other natural resource programs
Tovar Cerulli
59:27
Serra, these figures are all annual, yes?
Serra Hoagland
59:44
Yes
John Banks
01:02:03
I wish to commend Gloria, Mike, Shaun and all the others that have worked on the DJ/PR issue ! I worked on that issue with some of you a while ago(last century!) You guys persisted and carried it thru !! Thanks !!
Darren Talayumptewa
01:05:20
Yes! We do need more support from tribes to participate with the Tribal Coalition.
Garrit Voggesser
01:13:42
Who are Senate targets?
Darren Talayumptewa
01:14:57
So has anyone developed how we will be requesting for the funding? I know that has been discussed, but I don't believe a draft plan has been developed.
Sean Saville
01:20:46
Thank you all for all you do for conservation. We look forward to working with you all to get this bill done in this Congress! Feel free to reach out with any questions about the Alliance for America's Fish & Wildlife--Sean Saville ssaville@fishwildlife.org
Sean Saville
01:23:17
that's right
jamiea
01:24:31
So do we need to submit letters of support this time?
Darren Talayumptewa
01:25:42
Mike Lavoie! I love the beard! hahaha.
Sean Saville
01:25:57
Thanks Shaun! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdyJki6AkwRth9Q8gaFgzwCAFs2o_DbBcGJqU0-GgPDsAvrBg/viewform
Darren Talayumptewa
01:26:16
Yes Jamie! Please join the tribal coalition!