Eco-Cultural Revitalization Branch 

The Eco-Cultural revitalization efforts of the Karuk Tribe are centered around fulfilling the responsibilities we have as Karuk people to all our living relations, ancestors, and descendents. Since time immemorial Karuk people have remained steadfast in our commitment to this land and its resources.


Bill Tripp


Director of Eco-cultural Revitalization


Forest Stewardship Crew


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The KDNR Forest Stewardship Crew along with Mid-Klamath Watershed Council Employees working on Ikxariyatuuyship, one of the focal areas of the Western Klamath Restoration Partnership. Pictured from left to right, Brandon Tripp, Chad Wilder, Chook-Chook Hillman, Cody Conrad, Juniper Somers (MKWC), Christopher Weinstein, Rudolph Galindo (MKWC) . Photo by Ruby McCovey






pananu'thívthaaneen xúus nu'êethtiheesh: We're Caring For Our World from Karuk Media on Vimeo.

 kúkuum yáv nukyâati peethívthaaneen: We make the world good again Story Map 


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