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Humboldt County Office of Education: Family Maker Night

Family Maker Night Wordmark

Introducing our new Program Organizer:
Blue Lake Rancheria’s Pathmakers Program

Next Event: Thursday, Nov. 18 • 5:30 p.m.

A Roosevelt Elk
A bobcat

Family Maker Nights offer hands-on activities that incorporate the elements of STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) through a Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) lens.

Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) is the environmental relationship and information held by Indigenous peoples.

A squirrel
An otter

November Family Maker Night

The theme of the November 2021 Family Maker Night will be Cultural Fire. The evening’s special guests are Elizabeth Azzuz and Skip Lowry, both members of the Yurok Tribe. Elizabeth is co-director and Fire Keeper of Cultural Fire Management Council, a community based organization furthering fire use andcultural resource management. Skip is a California State Parks North Coast Redwoods district interpreter, representing the newly renamed Sue-meg State Park and is also a strong advocate for Cultural Fire.

Marlee Chavez, Pathmakers Community Programs Coordinator  | 360-771-9808 | mchavez@bluelakerancheria-nsn.gov

Kate Lowry, Pathmakers Program  | 707-834-1068