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Welcome to On The Land: Stories from the People, Stories from the Land. On this podcast, we bring you the voices of Indigenous People in this time of political and climate insecurity. We tackle difficult discussions on who has access to land, water, and air and offers a contemporary understanding of what it means to be Indigenous and live in relation to what is often known as the “outdoors” or “the wild.

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Nitommo'toto: A letter to Castielljas

Xilegg - Spring. As the flowers come out to breathe and as the birds begin to sing their songs again humans also feel a shift. The snow begins to melt and the break up of ice is just around the corner – it’s an ominous feeling of knew of fresh. This spring is very different than the last, not only for humans in the time of COVID–19, but too for our more-than-human relatives. Our plancestors have been adapting to the changes of this world in their own crises with climate change and other anthropogenic land impacts. We have so much to learn from Plants and so much to listen for. So as spring begins and the plants grow again, as we are practicing staying still in our homes, let us also practice the beautiful art of listening. Castielljas are the flowers I always look forward to seeing the most when the season changes, for what they teach us in their beauty and in their ways of being. So happy spring listeners, what flowers are you looking forward to seeing bloom?This is part of our new mini series called Nitommo'toto which means Relatives in Blackfeet. We see Nitommo'toto as a way to engage you - our relatives - our community. Please send in short reflections, songs, poems, and anything else that you would like to be aired. We hope to highlight the artistry and wonders of creation that come from across our communities. Please submit your materials at onthelandpod.com!

4 MINAPR 3
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Nitommo'toto: A letter to Castielljas

Kotre’lenayh: Expansive Remembrance w/ La quen náay Elizabeth Medicine Crow

How do we reset and ground our movements so that they are centered on the truth? In what ways are we growing an expansive just transitions that tackle hard issues?In this second part of our three-part bundle, I am so excited to bring you my conversation with La quen náay Elizabeth Medicine Crow.La quen náay Elizabeth Medicine Crow is Haida Eagle Tiits Gitee Nei, Hummingbird and Tlingit Raven Kaach Adi, Fresh Water Marked Sockeye Salmon. La quen náay is the President and CEO of First Alaska Institute which seeks to develop the capacity of Alaskan Native peoples through community engagement, information and research, and leadership development. She received her Bachelors of Arts from Fort Lewis College and her JD from Arizona State University College of Law. Questions for Reflection -How are you trusting your community and or communities right now and is there an abundance of trust in and among your friends and family? -What is the responsibility that you carry as a community membe...

41 MINMAR 29
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Kotre’lenayh: Expansive Remembrance w/ La quen náay Elizabeth Medicine Crow

Decol’ Dispatch: COVID19 x Salmon Season 2020 w/Scotty Savo

EWelcome to Decol’ Dispatches Late night on Sunday March 22, 2020 I received a call from my cousin, Scotty Savo. For the past week I have been thinking about the what the outbreak of Coronavirus means for the 2020 sockeye salmon season in Bristol Bay, and here was my relative calling me with similar concerns. In this first Decol’ Dispatch you will hear my conversation with Bristol Bay Native and Set Netter Scotty Savo as we discuss how COVID19 will impact our home community of South Naknek and the region of Bristol Bay if we do not take appropriate action before salmon season. Warning: This episode contains explicit language and briefly discusses sexual assault.

79 MINMAR 26
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Decol’ Dispatch: COVID19 x Salmon Season 2020 w/Scotty Savo

Kotre’lenayh: Building the Next Economy w/Winona LaDuke

In the time of Coronavirus, we return to Kotre’lenayh: Alaska’s first Just Transition Summit to bring you a bundle of stories from Winona LaDuke, Lagunai Elizabeth Medicine Crow, and Naomi Michalsen. This first episode in our three-part bundle is a conversation we had with Winona LaDuke. Winona LaDuke is Anishinaabekwe from the White Earth Nation in what is known as Minnesota. She is the executive director and co-founder of Honor the Earth alongside the Indigo Girls. Honor the Earth is an Indigenous led environmental justice organization that supports water protectors, builds Indigenous regeneration, and is invested in the next economy through a just transition. She is also the founder of Winona’s Hemp and Heritage Farm – a two-part hemp farm and agricultural institute currently working on growing the next economy through localized, tribally led food and hemp growth. Winona is a corn grower and economist by training. Find out more about Winona’s work using the links below:Honor the EarthWebsite: www.honorearth.org IG: @honortheearthWinona’s Hemp & Heritage Farm Website: www.winonashemp.comWinona PersonalIG: @winonaladukeWebsite: https://www.winonaladuke.com/pressPatagonia Presents Film: Misunderstood: A Brief History of Hemp in America https://vimeo.com/334549461IG: @patagonia OTL Call to Action For many people in Alaska, Spring is their favorite time of year, however as soon as the sun starts to shine and the days stretch longer, welcoming the midnight sun - there is one thing on my mind - Salmon Season. Commercial fishing is one of Alaska’s top economic sources alongside the oil and gas industry and tourism. It currently sustains more than 15,000 jobs and is worth over 1.5 billion dollars. 62.3 million fish returned to the water shed 2018 with another record year following in the 2019 season. While the commercial fishing industry supports many local peoples, most of those 15,000 jobs are held by out of state fishermen and cannery workers. Now is a crucial time to be discussing the 2020 fishing season and how it will be impacted by the Coronavirus. April is the time that many people start to make their way north to prepare for the season and our communities are not equipped to handle a possible outbreak. We are calling on out-of-state commercial fishermen and canneries to seriously reflect on their impact in our region and reconsider the 2020 salmon season. Our communities have already seen sickness and our elders still remember the 1919 influenza that swept through Bristol Bay. In light of this, we would like to hear from you - If you are from Bristol Bay or a community that sees a large influx of people due to fishing operations, please let us know your thoughts on the upcoming season. You can submit your testimony at onthelandmedia.com or submit a voice memo to deenaalee@onthelandpod.com. We look forward to hearing from you and appreciate you in advance for opening yourself to engaging in tis dialogue. Amazon Flooding Community ReliefFrom the Go Fund Me Page“CORONAVIRUS AND CLIMATE CRISIS - THOUSANDS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN URGENT NEED AFTER EXTREME FLOODS: As Indigenous people in the Ecuadorian Amazon fight to prevent the spread of COVID-19 into their territories, extreme floods on the Bobonaza river have caused bridges to collapse, flooded homes and food gardens threatening the livelihood of thousands of people. This is the worst flood in recent history, caused by deforestation and climate change. This is the Climate Crisis!”

69 MINMAR 25
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Kotre’lenayh: Building the Next Economy w/Winona LaDuke

Kohtr'elneyh: Remembering Forward - Voices from Alaska's First Just Transition Summit

XILEGG IS HERE And we are opening up this season by imagining and putting into action a new future for our future generations. Welcome to Kohtr’elneyh: Remembering Forward, Alaska’s first just transition. On this this episode you will be hearing from the voices of people that attended, spoke, and organized Alaska’s first just transition summit held January 8-10th on Lower Tanana Dene Lands. Storytellers:Naawéiyaa Tagaban @_naaweiyaa_ Ruth Miller @frompeaksnpinetreesSiqiñiq Maupin @savageinupiaq- https://www.silainuat.org/Rochelle Adams @gwinziiEnei Begay @eneibpPolly Carr @pollyalaskaJessica Girard @girardableKelsey Wallace @ciugunVeri de Suvero @veriturpitudeEvon Peter @evonpeterWill Bean @will.ah.bGeorge Alexi James Temte @jrtemte- www.Temteabstract.com Music by:Zachary Matthews @elephantarthurHenry Schaefer @dicegameuchihaPamyua @pamyualiveOrganizations: - Alaska Just Transition - @justtransition_ak www.akjusttransition.org Toolkit and Zine https://www.justtransitionak.org/toolkit/Livestream - https://www.justtransitionak.org/livestream/- Native Movement - @native_mvmt www.nativemovement.org - Native Peoples Action - @nativepeoplesaction https://nativepeoplesaction.org/- Gwich’in Steering Committee http://ourarcticrefuge.org/- Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition - @fbxclimateactionhttps://fairbanksclimateaction.org/ - Alaska Center - @alaskacente https://akcenter.org/- Alaska Public Interest Research Group - @akpirg https://www.akpirg.org/team- Alaska Community Action on Toxics https://www.akaction.org/Support Wet’suwet’en!!- Unist’ot’en Supporter Toolkit http://unistoten.camp/supportertoolkit2020/- INVASION - A short documentary on Wet’suwet’en https://www.yintahaccess.com/?fbclid=IwAR38LDec2O1ZxHLgLtrpy8KaiAeQaLeFlsOGv-ogbhC6ZgSeI4ieE3vAea4- History and Timeline of Wet’suwet’en Protection of their lands from the Coastal Gas Link https://www.yintahaccess.com/historyandtimeline- Unistoten 2020 Legal Fund https://actionnetwork.org/fundraising/unistoten2020legalfund/- Gidimt'en Fund https://www.gofundme.com/f/gidimt039en-strongPodcast Recommendations Coffee and Quaq with Will Bean and Jenny Miller https://www.coffeeandquaq.com/single-post/2018/04/23/Episode-5-LGBTQ-the-native-communityFor the Wild Podcast...

67 MINMAR 9
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Kohtr'elneyh: Remembering Forward - Voices from Alaska's First Just Transition Summit

Xilegg Trailer

March is here and in the Arctic we know what that means - the return of the Midnight Sun and welcoming the first season of On The Land: Xilegg - Our Arctic Presence. ⠀⠀Our Arctic Presence brings you the Voices of the Arctic. In this season we visit with People from throughout the Circumpolar North, tackling difficult discussions surrounding the health and well-being of caribou, reindeer, and fish and other animal relations, the impact of thawing ice and permafrost in our communities, and dive into what we imagine our futures to look like as Arctic Indigenous Peoples. ⠀~Check out our Indigenized Consent Form https://www.onthelandmedia.com/consentThe syllabus for Xilegg at https://www.onthelandmedia.com/syllabusAnd follow us on instagram @on.the.land ~Voices featured on this trailer James Temte IG @jrtemte Website www.temteabstract.com Martina FjallbergIG @martinafjallbergÁslat Holmberg Juno Berthelsen IG @junojunebug1Haliehana StepetinIG @indigenous_agent & @fitn8vsNils Ándá Ba...

9 MINMAR 2
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Xilegg Trailer

On The Land Trailer

Welcome to On The Land: Stories from the People, Stories from the Land. On this podcast, we bring you the voices of Indigenous People in this time of political and climate insecurity. We tackle difficult discussions on who has access to land, water, and air and offers a contemporary understanding of what it means to be Indigenous and live in relation to what is often known as the “outdoors” or “the wild.This episode’s music was created by henry schaefer aka dicegame uchiha who’s music can be found at https://soundcloud.com/hickorysmokedhenryCheck out our website at onthelandpod.com and follow us on Instagram @on.the.land.

2 MINJAN 14
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Latest Episodes

Nitommo'toto: A letter to Castielljas

Xilegg - Spring. As the flowers come out to breathe and as the birds begin to sing their songs again humans also feel a shift. The snow begins to melt and the break up of ice is just around the corner – it’s an ominous feeling of knew of fresh. This spring is very different than the last, not only for humans in the time of COVID–19, but too for our more-than-human relatives. Our plancestors have been adapting to the changes of this world in their own crises with climate change and other anthropogenic land impacts. We have so much to learn from Plants and so much to listen for. So as spring begins and the plants grow again, as we are practicing staying still in our homes, let us also practice the beautiful art of listening. Castielljas are the flowers I always look forward to seeing the most when the season changes, for what they teach us in their beauty and in their ways of being. So happy spring listeners, what flowers are you looking forward to seeing bloom?This is part of our new mini series called Nitommo'toto which means Relatives in Blackfeet. We see Nitommo'toto as a way to engage you - our relatives - our community. Please send in short reflections, songs, poems, and anything else that you would like to be aired. We hope to highlight the artistry and wonders of creation that come from across our communities. Please submit your materials at onthelandpod.com!

4 MINAPR 3
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Nitommo'toto: A letter to Castielljas

Kotre’lenayh: Expansive Remembrance w/ La quen náay Elizabeth Medicine Crow

How do we reset and ground our movements so that they are centered on the truth? In what ways are we growing an expansive just transitions that tackle hard issues?In this second part of our three-part bundle, I am so excited to bring you my conversation with La quen náay Elizabeth Medicine Crow.La quen náay Elizabeth Medicine Crow is Haida Eagle Tiits Gitee Nei, Hummingbird and Tlingit Raven Kaach Adi, Fresh Water Marked Sockeye Salmon. La quen náay is the President and CEO of First Alaska Institute which seeks to develop the capacity of Alaskan Native peoples through community engagement, information and research, and leadership development. She received her Bachelors of Arts from Fort Lewis College and her JD from Arizona State University College of Law. Questions for Reflection -How are you trusting your community and or communities right now and is there an abundance of trust in and among your friends and family? -What is the responsibility that you carry as a community membe...

41 MINMAR 29
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Kotre’lenayh: Expansive Remembrance w/ La quen náay Elizabeth Medicine Crow

Decol’ Dispatch: COVID19 x Salmon Season 2020 w/Scotty Savo

EWelcome to Decol’ Dispatches Late night on Sunday March 22, 2020 I received a call from my cousin, Scotty Savo. For the past week I have been thinking about the what the outbreak of Coronavirus means for the 2020 sockeye salmon season in Bristol Bay, and here was my relative calling me with similar concerns. In this first Decol’ Dispatch you will hear my conversation with Bristol Bay Native and Set Netter Scotty Savo as we discuss how COVID19 will impact our home community of South Naknek and the region of Bristol Bay if we do not take appropriate action before salmon season. Warning: This episode contains explicit language and briefly discusses sexual assault.

79 MINMAR 26
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Decol’ Dispatch: COVID19 x Salmon Season 2020 w/Scotty Savo

Kotre’lenayh: Building the Next Economy w/Winona LaDuke

In the time of Coronavirus, we return to Kotre’lenayh: Alaska’s first Just Transition Summit to bring you a bundle of stories from Winona LaDuke, Lagunai Elizabeth Medicine Crow, and Naomi Michalsen. This first episode in our three-part bundle is a conversation we had with Winona LaDuke. Winona LaDuke is Anishinaabekwe from the White Earth Nation in what is known as Minnesota. She is the executive director and co-founder of Honor the Earth alongside the Indigo Girls. Honor the Earth is an Indigenous led environmental justice organization that supports water protectors, builds Indigenous regeneration, and is invested in the next economy through a just transition. She is also the founder of Winona’s Hemp and Heritage Farm – a two-part hemp farm and agricultural institute currently working on growing the next economy through localized, tribally led food and hemp growth. Winona is a corn grower and economist by training. Find out more about Winona’s work using the links below:Honor the EarthWebsite: www.honorearth.org IG: @honortheearthWinona’s Hemp & Heritage Farm Website: www.winonashemp.comWinona PersonalIG: @winonaladukeWebsite: https://www.winonaladuke.com/pressPatagonia Presents Film: Misunderstood: A Brief History of Hemp in America https://vimeo.com/334549461IG: @patagonia OTL Call to Action For many people in Alaska, Spring is their favorite time of year, however as soon as the sun starts to shine and the days stretch longer, welcoming the midnight sun - there is one thing on my mind - Salmon Season. Commercial fishing is one of Alaska’s top economic sources alongside the oil and gas industry and tourism. It currently sustains more than 15,000 jobs and is worth over 1.5 billion dollars. 62.3 million fish returned to the water shed 2018 with another record year following in the 2019 season. While the commercial fishing industry supports many local peoples, most of those 15,000 jobs are held by out of state fishermen and cannery workers. Now is a crucial time to be discussing the 2020 fishing season and how it will be impacted by the Coronavirus. April is the time that many people start to make their way north to prepare for the season and our communities are not equipped to handle a possible outbreak. We are calling on out-of-state commercial fishermen and canneries to seriously reflect on their impact in our region and reconsider the 2020 salmon season. Our communities have already seen sickness and our elders still remember the 1919 influenza that swept through Bristol Bay. In light of this, we would like to hear from you - If you are from Bristol Bay or a community that sees a large influx of people due to fishing operations, please let us know your thoughts on the upcoming season. You can submit your testimony at onthelandmedia.com or submit a voice memo to deenaalee@onthelandpod.com. We look forward to hearing from you and appreciate you in advance for opening yourself to engaging in tis dialogue. Amazon Flooding Community ReliefFrom the Go Fund Me Page“CORONAVIRUS AND CLIMATE CRISIS - THOUSANDS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN URGENT NEED AFTER EXTREME FLOODS: As Indigenous people in the Ecuadorian Amazon fight to prevent the spread of COVID-19 into their territories, extreme floods on the Bobonaza river have caused bridges to collapse, flooded homes and food gardens threatening the livelihood of thousands of people. This is the worst flood in recent history, caused by deforestation and climate change. This is the Climate Crisis!”

69 MINMAR 25
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Kotre’lenayh: Building the Next Economy w/Winona LaDuke

Kohtr'elneyh: Remembering Forward - Voices from Alaska's First Just Transition Summit

XILEGG IS HERE And we are opening up this season by imagining and putting into action a new future for our future generations. Welcome to Kohtr’elneyh: Remembering Forward, Alaska’s first just transition. On this this episode you will be hearing from the voices of people that attended, spoke, and organized Alaska’s first just transition summit held January 8-10th on Lower Tanana Dene Lands. Storytellers:Naawéiyaa Tagaban @_naaweiyaa_ Ruth Miller @frompeaksnpinetreesSiqiñiq Maupin @savageinupiaq- https://www.silainuat.org/Rochelle Adams @gwinziiEnei Begay @eneibpPolly Carr @pollyalaskaJessica Girard @girardableKelsey Wallace @ciugunVeri de Suvero @veriturpitudeEvon Peter @evonpeterWill Bean @will.ah.bGeorge Alexi James Temte @jrtemte- www.Temteabstract.com Music by:Zachary Matthews @elephantarthurHenry Schaefer @dicegameuchihaPamyua @pamyualiveOrganizations: - Alaska Just Transition - @justtransition_ak www.akjusttransition.org Toolkit and Zine https://www.justtransitionak.org/toolkit/Livestream - https://www.justtransitionak.org/livestream/- Native Movement - @native_mvmt www.nativemovement.org - Native Peoples Action - @nativepeoplesaction https://nativepeoplesaction.org/- Gwich’in Steering Committee http://ourarcticrefuge.org/- Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition - @fbxclimateactionhttps://fairbanksclimateaction.org/ - Alaska Center - @alaskacente https://akcenter.org/- Alaska Public Interest Research Group - @akpirg https://www.akpirg.org/team- Alaska Community Action on Toxics https://www.akaction.org/Support Wet’suwet’en!!- Unist’ot’en Supporter Toolkit http://unistoten.camp/supportertoolkit2020/- INVASION - A short documentary on Wet’suwet’en https://www.yintahaccess.com/?fbclid=IwAR38LDec2O1ZxHLgLtrpy8KaiAeQaLeFlsOGv-ogbhC6ZgSeI4ieE3vAea4- History and Timeline of Wet’suwet’en Protection of their lands from the Coastal Gas Link https://www.yintahaccess.com/historyandtimeline- Unistoten 2020 Legal Fund https://actionnetwork.org/fundraising/unistoten2020legalfund/- Gidimt'en Fund https://www.gofundme.com/f/gidimt039en-strongPodcast Recommendations Coffee and Quaq with Will Bean and Jenny Miller https://www.coffeeandquaq.com/single-post/2018/04/23/Episode-5-LGBTQ-the-native-communityFor the Wild Podcast...

67 MINMAR 9
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Kohtr'elneyh: Remembering Forward - Voices from Alaska's First Just Transition Summit

Xilegg Trailer

March is here and in the Arctic we know what that means - the return of the Midnight Sun and welcoming the first season of On The Land: Xilegg - Our Arctic Presence. ⠀⠀Our Arctic Presence brings you the Voices of the Arctic. In this season we visit with People from throughout the Circumpolar North, tackling difficult discussions surrounding the health and well-being of caribou, reindeer, and fish and other animal relations, the impact of thawing ice and permafrost in our communities, and dive into what we imagine our futures to look like as Arctic Indigenous Peoples. ⠀~Check out our Indigenized Consent Form https://www.onthelandmedia.com/consentThe syllabus for Xilegg at https://www.onthelandmedia.com/syllabusAnd follow us on instagram @on.the.land ~Voices featured on this trailer James Temte IG @jrtemte Website www.temteabstract.com Martina FjallbergIG @martinafjallbergÁslat Holmberg Juno Berthelsen IG @junojunebug1Haliehana StepetinIG @indigenous_agent & @fitn8vsNils Ándá Ba...

9 MINMAR 2
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Xilegg Trailer

On The Land Trailer

Welcome to On The Land: Stories from the People, Stories from the Land. On this podcast, we bring you the voices of Indigenous People in this time of political and climate insecurity. We tackle difficult discussions on who has access to land, water, and air and offers a contemporary understanding of what it means to be Indigenous and live in relation to what is often known as the “outdoors” or “the wild.This episode’s music was created by henry schaefer aka dicegame uchiha who’s music can be found at https://soundcloud.com/hickorysmokedhenryCheck out our website at onthelandpod.com and follow us on Instagram @on.the.land.

2 MINJAN 14
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