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NativeAmerican Land Management - Co-Creating an Abundant Environment

Saturday, June 14, 2014
11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Event Type:
Corina Roberts
805 217 0364
Chilao School, Chilao Campground, ANF
Location Details:
Chilao School in the Angeles National Forest, located in Chilao Campground, 26 miles northeast of the 210 freeway from La Canada on the Angeles Crest Highway (Highway 2). Turn left at mile marker 49.69 and follow signs through campground.

Co-Creating an
Abundant Continent
Native American Land Management
with Kat High
Life long Native American educator and activist

June 14, 2014 11 AM Chilao School, located in Chilao
Angeles National Forest
As we strive to understand our American wilderness and struggle with its
management, we are becoming ever more aware that this is a landscape shaped by
and with its human inhabitants. For untold thousands of years native people have
practiced a variety of land management methods that kept catastrophic fires in check,
produced a healthy mosaic of habitats and promoted the well being of plant and
animal species.

the 210 freeway in La Canada, take Angeles Crest Highway north to mile marker
49.69 and turn left into Chilao Campground; follow red and white signs to
Chilao School.

Free Admission - Donations Appreciated
Kat will also be bringing a variety of native foods to sample - we welcome our guests
to bring food items for a pot-luck style lunch.

We hope to bring together forestry professionals, Native American people, and enthusiasts of the planet in general. Chialo School is a historic one room school house owned and operated by the non profit group Redbird.

We are located in the heart of the Angeles National Forest on the edge of the Station Fire burn. Please dress casual and if you think you might like to walk, hike or bicycle in the area, please bring appropriate footwear/sunscreen/insect repellent
Optional hike along Silver Moccasin Trail
(weather permitting and guests willing) in the afternoon.

Kat High - katcalls [at]
Redbird/Chilao School - redbirds_vision [at]!
Redbird is a Native American and environmental 501(c)(3) non profit association, promoting
the awareness of indigenous cultures and people and creating a sustainable future.
Added to the calendar on Thu, Jun 5, 2014 7:38AM
§Charlton Flat, Angeles National Forest five years post fire
by Corina Roberts
Charlton Flat, Angeles National Forest, conifer seedlings and mature trees June 3 2014
§Chilao Campground, June 2 2014
by Corina Roberts
Join us in the forest for a day of discovery on June 14. Make some new friends and rekindle your spirit.
We are 100% volunteer and depend on your participation to sustain our efforts!


$40.00 donated
in the past month

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