The Power of Story: Procrustes in the Land Between the Mountain and the Sea

Last fall I had the great privilege of making a keynote address to the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment at their meeting in Chicago, Illinois. Although I developed my presentation on different ways of knowing and the ways … Continue reading

IUCN Update from Tero Mustonen of Snowchange

This blog post is by Dawn Adams, Tapestry Co-President. Tero Mustonen of Snowchange (of which I am a steering committee member) has sent more reports of his current travels to participate in a number of important meetings. I want to … Continue reading

Indigenous and Local Community Conserved Areas Movement Meeting

Tero Mustonen of Snowchange (of which Dawn Hill Adams, Ph.D. is a steering committee member) sent an update today from his and Kaisu’s big trip. This is exciting news! “Here we are in sunny Sydney, and wrapped up 5 days … Continue reading

Indigenous Research Methods Presentation

Dawn Hill Adams, Ph.D., Tapestry’s Founder, Scientist and Vision-Keeper, gave a talk on October 12, 2013, at the inaugural conference of the American Indigenous Research Association in Pablo, Montana.  The American Indigenous Research Association’s mission is “to educate researchers and … Continue reading