Wednesday, May 22, 2024
Good News in the WorldUSAHistoric agreement: Prairie Creek project land returns to Yurok Tribe

Historic agreement: Prairie Creek project land returns to Yurok Tribe

In a groundbreaking move, Save the Redwoods League, the Yurok Tribe, National Park Service, and California State Parks have joined hands in a momentous memorandum of understanding.

This marks the first step towards transferring ‘O Rew, a vital 125-acre site, back to its original guardians, the Yurok Tribe.

The agreement outlines a shared vision for long-term co-management, establishing a pioneering model where federal and state bodies collaborate with tribal ownership.

CalTrout, a key player in the Prairie Creek Floodplain Restoration project, applauds this significant development.

Heralding it as a stride toward conservation rooted in historical stewardship and Indigenous sovereignty. The agreement paves the way for…

Source video: Yurok Tribe on YouTube

Source image: Line Knipst / pexels

Source: caltrout.org

Positive News Foundation is a certified non-profit sharing only the best positive world news.
All copyrights belong to the source.
No copyright infringement is intended.
Email support@positivenewsfoundation.org to fix/remove.

Get more Positive News in your E-mail Inbox

1x per week - free

latest positive news

- Advertisement -Newspaper WordPress Theme

More articles

- Advertisement -Newspaper WordPress Theme