• Our Cultural Advisory Board includes collaborators from the Tribes highlighted in the film. This board includes Michael Kotutwa Johnson of the Hopi Tribe, Kalani Souza of Native Hawaii, Teri Dahle of the Blackfeet Tribe, Bill Tripp of the Karuk Tribe and Chris Caldwell of the Menominee Tribe.

Other Advisors include:

  • John Philips and the First American Land-Grant College Organization Network (FALCON) board. a nonprofit professional association of administrators, faculty and staff of land-grant tribal colleges and universities. FALCON is sanctioned by the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC).

  • Social Good Foundation works to create and establish positive influences for individuals, communities, and the environment. Our goal is to sponsor and develop projects that will help positively impact and develop local communities into healthier and happier places to live, work, and be.

  • Namaste Foundation is an expression of solidarity with many movements. Together we are here to serve the common good through understanding, collaboration, and relationship. We celebrate nonprofits with gifts and stories, honoring our ancestors and carrying hope for future generations.

Dr. Karletta Chief (Diné) is an Assistant Professor and Assistant Specialist in the Department of Soil, Water, and Environmental Sciences at the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ.Dr. Chief’s research also focuses on how indigenous communities will be affected by climate change.