The Ancient Nuu-chah-nulth Strategy of Hahuulthi: Education for Indigenous Cultural Survivance
Hahuulthi is an organizing principal of Nuu-chah-nulth resource management for sustainability in a particular territory. Educational strategies for maintenance territorial balance is explored and explained for contemporary living.
||Nuu-chah-nulth, First Nations/Aboriginal/Indigenous, Hahuuthi, Bio-diversity and Sustainability, Culturally Supported Diversity, Educational Strategies, Embodied Learning, Sacred Sites
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp.153-162.
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Dr. Marlene Atleo returned to higher education as a grandmother, a refugee from the declining West Coast Fishing Industry. As a member of the Ahousaht First Nation, she had already conducted adult education programming in her community; thus, formalizing her skills and bringing them home for community and institutional development was the first step on her academic journey. Using those skills to develop programming for infrastructure development was the next step. The opportunity to conduct research with diverse and non-traditional community needs in the academy (especially through adult education) is her current application of a passion for lifelong learning as a philosophy.
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