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10oct7:00 pm8:00 pmBOE Monthly Meeting - 10/10/2023

    CA State Parks Kindling the Flame

    Students will engage with State Park Interpreters who are members of the local
    Indigenous community, and will learn through songs, stories and activities that are culturally
    appropriate and place based. The goal of the program is to give every participant a better
    understanding of their own tribal heritage and the knowledge that their story is important
    and powerful. Sessions will be held at Sue-meg Village in Sue-meg State Park.


    4-H Gardening

    The Blue Lake Rancheria’s Daluviwi’ Community Garden will be used as a workspace, where students will receive hands-on learning about sustainable food production and improving food security on tribal lands. Topics will cover sustainable gardening practices such as composting, integrated pest management, plant propagation, as well as the production and sale of value-added agricultural products in Native communities.


    Native Maker Workshops

    Making is an integral part of our Tribe’s life, as well as the Pathmakers Program. As a way to provide additional opportunities for Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) to exist within the space of Western classrooms, Pathmakers invites Native Makers within the community to share their skill, knowledge, and stories with NOHUM’s Native American students.


    Family Maker Night

    Family Maker Night (FMN) is a monthly event put on by Humboldt County Office of Education (HCOE) that offers students and families guided, virtual Maker activities. Pathmakers partners with HCOE to provide STEAM activities that are based in Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK).


    Mobile Maker Van

    The Mobile Pathmakers program is essentially a “classroom on wheels,” called the Pathmakers Mobile Makerspace Van. The mobile makerspace will bring culturally responsive makerspace activities to K-8 schools in Humboldt County, from South Fork in southern Humboldt, to Orick in northern Humboldt, east to Hoopa, and throughout the coastal areas from Loleta and Arcata to Trinidad and Big Lagoon.


    Success in Both Worlds Conference

    Success in Both Worlds is an annual Native American Youth Conference held for Native American high school students, featuring workshops, speakers, cultural programming and more.



    TEL: 707.668.5101 x.1057
    FAX: 707.668.4272

    Marlee Mansfield-Chavez
    Community Services Coordinator

    (for U.S. Postal Service):

    Blue Lake Rancheria
    PO BOX 428
    Blue Lake, CA 95525

    (for FedEx, UPS):

    Blue Lake Rancheria
    1 Aiyekwee Loop
    Blue Lake, CA 95525