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Tending Nature

TENDING NATURE shines a light on the environmental knowledge of indigenous peoples across California by exploring how the state's Native peoples have actively shaped and tended the land for millennia, in the process developing a deep understanding of plant and animal life. The series examines how humans are necessary to live in balance with nature and how traditional practices can inspire a new generation of Californians.

  • Healing The Body with United Indian Health Services
    Tuesday, December 1
    12:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    While "Food Deserts" is a term used by many to describe urban areas without access to fresh food, this issue is not just one that inner city areas are struggling with. Native peoples in rural areas often lack easy access to healthy, affordable food and a younger generation is witnessing the effects of health issues in their community. This episode explores how a new generation is jump starting several food sovereignty programs across California. The most prominent of these is in Arcata, CA at UIHS' Potawot Community Garden and is serving as an inspiration for other initiatives across California.

 

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  • Healing The Body with United Indian Health Services
    Saturday, November 28
    7:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    While "Food Deserts" is a term used by many to describe urban areas without access to fresh food, this issue is not just one that inner city areas are struggling with. Native peoples in rural areas often lack easy access to healthy, affordable food and a younger generation is witnessing the effects of health issues in their community. This episode explores how a new generation is jump starting several food sovereignty programs across California. The most prominent of these is in Arcata, CA at UIHS' Potawot Community Garden and is serving as an inspiration for other initiatives across California.
  • Healing The Body with United Indian Health Services
    Thursday, November 26
    9:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    While "Food Deserts" is a term used by many to describe urban areas without access to fresh food, this issue is not just one that inner city areas are struggling with. Native peoples in rural areas often lack easy access to healthy, affordable food and a younger generation is witnessing the effects of health issues in their community. This episode explores how a new generation is jump starting several food sovereignty programs across California. The most prominent of these is in Arcata, CA at UIHS' Potawot Community Garden and is serving as an inspiration for other initiatives across California.
  • Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples
    Thursday, November 26
    9:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The industrialized production of our meat products has created numerous health issues: it has separated us from the animals it comes from, it is often inhumanely grown, and it is often filled with chemical additives. This episode explores how the Pit River Tribe in Northeast California are reviving traditional hunting practices, embracing Community Science initiatives to preserve and monitor wild elk and deer populations; as well as developing statewide intertribal trading networks for the distribution of humanely sourced and sustainable Native foods.
  • Healing The Body with United Indian Health Services
    Thursday, November 26
    3:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    While "Food Deserts" is a term used by many to describe urban areas without access to fresh food, this issue is not just one that inner city areas are struggling with. Native peoples in rural areas often lack easy access to healthy, affordable food and a younger generation is witnessing the effects of health issues in their community. This episode explores how a new generation is jump starting several food sovereignty programs across California. The most prominent of these is in Arcata, CA at UIHS' Potawot Community Garden and is serving as an inspiration for other initiatives across California.
  • Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples
    Thursday, November 26
    3:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The industrialized production of our meat products has created numerous health issues: it has separated us from the animals it comes from, it is often inhumanely grown, and it is often filled with chemical additives. This episode explores how the Pit River Tribe in Northeast California are reviving traditional hunting practices, embracing Community Science initiatives to preserve and monitor wild elk and deer populations; as well as developing statewide intertribal trading networks for the distribution of humanely sourced and sustainable Native foods.
  • Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples
    Tuesday, November 24
    12:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The industrialized production of our meat products has created numerous health issues: it has separated us from the animals it comes from, it is often inhumanely grown, and it is often filled with chemical additives. This episode explores how the Pit River Tribe in Northeast California are reviving traditional hunting practices, embracing Community Science initiatives to preserve and monitor wild elk and deer populations; as well as developing statewide intertribal trading networks for the distribution of humanely sourced and sustainable Native foods.
  • Healing The Body with United Indian Health Services
    Monday, November 23
    7:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    While "Food Deserts" is a term used by many to describe urban areas without access to fresh food, this issue is not just one that inner city areas are struggling with. Native peoples in rural areas often lack easy access to healthy, affordable food and a younger generation is witnessing the effects of health issues in their community. This episode explores how a new generation is jump starting several food sovereignty programs across California. The most prominent of these is in Arcata, CA at UIHS' Potawot Community Garden and is serving as an inspiration for other initiatives across California.
  • Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples
    Monday, November 23
    7:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The industrialized production of our meat products has created numerous health issues: it has separated us from the animals it comes from, it is often inhumanely grown, and it is often filled with chemical additives. This episode explores how the Pit River Tribe in Northeast California are reviving traditional hunting practices, embracing Community Science initiatives to preserve and monitor wild elk and deer populations; as well as developing statewide intertribal trading networks for the distribution of humanely sourced and sustainable Native foods.
  • Healing The Body with United Indian Health Services
    Sunday, November 22
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    While "Food Deserts" is a term used by many to describe urban areas without access to fresh food, this issue is not just one that inner city areas are struggling with. Native peoples in rural areas often lack easy access to healthy, affordable food and a younger generation is witnessing the effects of health issues in their community. This episode explores how a new generation is jump starting several food sovereignty programs across California. The most prominent of these is in Arcata, CA at UIHS' Potawot Community Garden and is serving as an inspiration for other initiatives across California.
  • Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples
    Sunday, November 22
    11:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The industrialized production of our meat products has created numerous health issues: it has separated us from the animals it comes from, it is often inhumanely grown, and it is often filled with chemical additives. This episode explores how the Pit River Tribe in Northeast California are reviving traditional hunting practices, embracing Community Science initiatives to preserve and monitor wild elk and deer populations; as well as developing statewide intertribal trading networks for the distribution of humanely sourced and sustainable Native foods.
  • Healing The Body with United Indian Health Services
    Sunday, November 22
    7:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    While "Food Deserts" is a term used by many to describe urban areas without access to fresh food, this issue is not just one that inner city areas are struggling with. Native peoples in rural areas often lack easy access to healthy, affordable food and a younger generation is witnessing the effects of health issues in their community. This episode explores how a new generation is jump starting several food sovereignty programs across California. The most prominent of these is in Arcata, CA at UIHS' Potawot Community Garden and is serving as an inspiration for other initiatives across California.
  • Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples
    Sunday, November 22
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The industrialized production of our meat products has created numerous health issues: it has separated us from the animals it comes from, it is often inhumanely grown, and it is often filled with chemical additives. This episode explores how the Pit River Tribe in Northeast California are reviving traditional hunting practices, embracing Community Science initiatives to preserve and monitor wild elk and deer populations; as well as developing statewide intertribal trading networks for the distribution of humanely sourced and sustainable Native foods.
  • Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples
    Saturday, November 21
    7:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The industrialized production of our meat products has created numerous health issues: it has separated us from the animals it comes from, it is often inhumanely grown, and it is often filled with chemical additives. This episode explores how the Pit River Tribe in Northeast California are reviving traditional hunting practices, embracing Community Science initiatives to preserve and monitor wild elk and deer populations; as well as developing statewide intertribal trading networks for the distribution of humanely sourced and sustainable Native foods.
  • Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-'amham
    Thursday, November 19
    9:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The entire American populace is "food-washed", we are eating mass produced products that are often pumped full of harmful chemicals or are genetically modified. Even "organic" certification is being revised and caught in fraud to include non-organic processes. This episode explores how two Ohlone chefs Louis Trevino and Vincent Medina are revitalizing Ohlone language, food practices and adapting them for a modernist palate.
  • Protecting The Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni
    Thursday, November 19
    9:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Today many California coastal ecosystems are under threat from human caused toxification of our oceans caused by industrial and residential development. This episode journeys to the Smith River near the Oregon border to discover how the Tolowa Dee-ni' are reviving traditional harvesting of shellfish such as mussels, and in the process, working with state agencies to monitor toxicity levels and redefine the human role in managing marine protected areas.
  • Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-'amham
    Thursday, November 19
    3:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The entire American populace is "food-washed", we are eating mass produced products that are often pumped full of harmful chemicals or are genetically modified. Even "organic" certification is being revised and caught in fraud to include non-organic processes. This episode explores how two Ohlone chefs Louis Trevino and Vincent Medina are revitalizing Ohlone language, food practices and adapting them for a modernist palate.
  • Protecting The Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni
    Thursday, November 19
    3:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Today many California coastal ecosystems are under threat from human caused toxification of our oceans caused by industrial and residential development. This episode journeys to the Smith River near the Oregon border to discover how the Tolowa Dee-ni' are reviving traditional harvesting of shellfish such as mussels, and in the process, working with state agencies to monitor toxicity levels and redefine the human role in managing marine protected areas.
  • Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-'amham
    Tuesday, November 17
    12:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The entire American populace is "food-washed", we are eating mass produced products that are often pumped full of harmful chemicals or are genetically modified. Even "organic" certification is being revised and caught in fraud to include non-organic processes. This episode explores how two Ohlone chefs Louis Trevino and Vincent Medina are revitalizing Ohlone language, food practices and adapting them for a modernist palate.
  • Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-'amham
    Monday, November 16
    7:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    The entire American populace is "food-washed", we are eating mass produced products that are often pumped full of harmful chemicals or are genetically modified. Even "organic" certification is being revised and caught in fraud to include non-organic processes. This episode explores how two Ohlone chefs Louis Trevino and Vincent Medina are revitalizing Ohlone language, food practices and adapting them for a modernist palate.
  • Protecting The Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni
    Monday, November 16
    7:00 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Today many California coastal ecosystems are under threat from human caused toxification of our oceans caused by industrial and residential development. This episode journeys to the Smith River near the Oregon border to discover how the Tolowa Dee-ni' are reviving traditional harvesting of shellfish such as mussels, and in the process, working with state agencies to monitor toxicity levels and redefine the human role in managing marine protected areas.
  • Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-'amham
    Sunday, November 15
    11:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The entire American populace is "food-washed", we are eating mass produced products that are often pumped full of harmful chemicals or are genetically modified. Even "organic" certification is being revised and caught in fraud to include non-organic processes. This episode explores how two Ohlone chefs Louis Trevino and Vincent Medina are revitalizing Ohlone language, food practices and adapting them for a modernist palate.
  • Protecting The Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni
    Sunday, November 15
    11:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Today many California coastal ecosystems are under threat from human caused toxification of our oceans caused by industrial and residential development. This episode journeys to the Smith River near the Oregon border to discover how the Tolowa Dee-ni' are reviving traditional harvesting of shellfish such as mussels, and in the process, working with state agencies to monitor toxicity levels and redefine the human role in managing marine protected areas.
  • Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-'amham
    Sunday, November 15
    7:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The entire American populace is "food-washed", we are eating mass produced products that are often pumped full of harmful chemicals or are genetically modified. Even "organic" certification is being revised and caught in fraud to include non-organic processes. This episode explores how two Ohlone chefs Louis Trevino and Vincent Medina are revitalizing Ohlone language, food practices and adapting them for a modernist palate.
  • Protecting The Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni
    Sunday, November 15
    7:00 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Today many California coastal ecosystems are under threat from human caused toxification of our oceans caused by industrial and residential development. This episode journeys to the Smith River near the Oregon border to discover how the Tolowa Dee-ni' are reviving traditional harvesting of shellfish such as mussels, and in the process, working with state agencies to monitor toxicity levels and redefine the human role in managing marine protected areas.
  • Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-'amham
    Saturday, November 14
    7:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    The entire American populace is "food-washed", we are eating mass produced products that are often pumped full of harmful chemicals or are genetically modified. Even "organic" certification is being revised and caught in fraud to include non-organic processes. This episode explores how two Ohlone chefs Louis Trevino and Vincent Medina are revitalizing Ohlone language, food practices and adapting them for a modernist palate.
  • Protecting The Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni
    Tuesday, November 10
    12:30 am on UEN-TV 9.1
    Today many California coastal ecosystems are under threat from human caused toxification of our oceans caused by industrial and residential development. This episode journeys to the Smith River near the Oregon border to discover how the Tolowa Dee-ni' are reviving traditional harvesting of shellfish such as mussels, and in the process, working with state agencies to monitor toxicity levels and redefine the human role in managing marine protected areas.
  • Protecting The Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni
    Saturday, November 7
    7:30 pm on UEN-TV 9.1
    Today many California coastal ecosystems are under threat from human caused toxification of our oceans caused by industrial and residential development. This episode journeys to the Smith River near the Oregon border to discover how the Tolowa Dee-ni' are reviving traditional harvesting of shellfish such as mussels, and in the process, working with state agencies to monitor toxicity levels and redefine the human role in managing marine protected areas.