Salmonid Restoration Federation

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Panel

Friday, October 23, 2020

The next webinar in our restoration series, presentations and a panel discussion on equity and inclusion in the restoration field, took place Friday, October 23. A recording of the presentations is available on our Vimeo page:

"Deep Restoration: The Work Outside and the Work Inside"
Rene Henery, PhD, Trout Unlimited

"Becoming Aware of and Managing Your Biases"
John Griffith, Humboldt Redwoods State Park

"Inclusion in Conservation & Restoration: Experiences and Approaches"
Karlee Jewell, Northcoast Regional Land Trust

"Equitable Community Engagement Inside and Outside of Your Organization"
Natalie Arroyo, City of Eureka

Resources from the panel presenters:

You can check out Rene's new blog series on the Trout Unlimited website here:

John's blog and nature videos are available on his website:

Harvard Implicit bias test:
"The Bike Thief" racial profiling video:
In Solidarity Project:
Green 2.0 Report Card:

Natalie's powerpoint slides and ideas for alternative language are available to download at the bottom of this page.

If you live on traditional Wiyot land, please consider paying the Honor Tax:
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Information about the SRF scholarship for students underrepresented in the restoration field:

SRF urges our constituency to join us in educating ourselves on systemic racism and the ways that it manifests in higher education and the sciences. We have curated this list of anti-racism resources that specifically address racism in the environmental sciences, and will continue to add to it here:

A recording of the webinar is available on our Vimeo page:

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