Food Security Draws Big Crowd and Money

Perri McDaniel shared an Upper Basin proverb from her Klamath Tribe elders in a crowded meeting in Orleans last week. “You’re born with two ears and one mouth,” she said, “so you should listen twice as much as you speak.” Read More →

Karuk Winter Youth Camp: Artisans and Oral Tradition…Say What?

Despite the roads, Rosie, 8, and Susanna, 11, Quim came from Yreka because their Grandma Blanche Moore brought them. Asked what they’d like to learn about during the camp, they both started talking animatedly: “We wanna learn Karuk stories!” “Yep!” Read More →

Karuk Food Workshops and Youth Groups

Ten different agencies, among which are the Yurok, Karuk, and Klamath Basin Tribes, as well as UC Berkeley and the Mid-Klamath Watershed Council, have joined forces to combat what is deemed by the USDA as our “food insecurity,” that is, the shortage of physical and economical access to nutritional foods at all times. Read More →