Latrice Tatsey is a soil scientist, the cultural science lead, and the intern supervisor for the Piikani Lodge Health Institute of the Blackfeet Nation. A rancher herself on the spectacular Rocky Mountain Front of Montana, Latrice — whose Piikani name is Buffalo Stone Woman — works with cattle and bison producers to improve the health of the land, the water, and the people where her relatives have lived since time immemorial.
This episode of Voices from the Field is the first half of a conversation Latrice has with NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialist Linda Poole about regenerative grazing, traditional knowledge, and both the utility and limitations of reductionistic science in guiding us to climate solutions.
Related ATTRA Resources:
- Indigenous Perspectives on Soil and Water
- Indigenous and Traditional Soil Health Practices with Mila Berhane
- Piikani Lodge Health Institute
- The Deep Roots of Regenerative Agriculture are Found in Communities of Color
- Healing Grounds: Climate, Justice, and the Deep Roots of Regenerative Farming
- A Return to Native Agriculture
Contact Linda Poole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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