Restoring Indian-Set Fires to Prairie Ecosystems on the Olympic Peninsula

  • Wray J
  • Anderson M
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Abstract

Presents a case study of the restoration of prairie ecosystems in the Olympic National Park and the surrounding region of the Olympic Peninsula using Native American traditional ecological knowledge and practices. Background on a major factor connected with the decline of prairies throughout the West; Importance of Pacific northwest prairie ecosystems to biocultural diversity conservation; Information on the creation of prairie ecosystems through natural and cultural processes.

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Authors

  • Jacilee Wray

  • M. Kat Anderson

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