Karuk K-12 Curriculum

Karuk K-12 Curriculum

The Nanu’ávaha curriculum represents the combined efforts of many to collect, present and perpetuate tribal knowledge to and for the next generations.
Credit: 
Lisa Hillman

We would like to acknowledge that our curriculum is based on the work of the Klamath-Trinity Joint Unified School District Indian Education Program, and extend our deep appreciation and respect for those who worked on their Indian Land Tenure project: Margo Robbins, Billie Sanderson, Monique Sonoquie, Kate Lowry, and Phil Albers.

We also appreciate the support and valuable input from:

Karuk Resource Advisory Board: Earl Crosby, Jaclyn Goodwin, Leaf Hillman, Alvis “Bud” Johnson, Joshua Saxon, Toz Soto, Renee Stauffer, William Tripp, and Alex Watts‑Tobin

Karuk Food Security/Indian Land Tenure Curriculum Developers and Tribal Oversight: Leaf Hillman, Lisa Hillman, Bari Talley, and William Tripp

Karuk Tribal Council: Russell Attebery, Elsa Goodwin,Sonny Davis, Alvis “Bud” Johnson, Joshua Saxon, Renee Stauffer, Arch Super, Robert Super and Joseph Waddell

Others who have helped contribute: Adrian Gilkison, Julian Lang, Karen Lenk, Sophie Neuner, Craig Tucker, and many more in abundant ways

We are grateful for the generosity of Indian Land Tenure Foundation for making this curriculum project possible. This project was funded by the USDA-Agriculture and Food Research Initiative of the National Institute for Food and Agriculture Grant #2012-68004-20018.

Your feedback about the curriculum and its effectiveness is an important part of these living documents. Yôotva – Thank you!

Items in Collection: 
Community
Karuk Tribe, Sípnuuk
Category
Cultural Practices, Education, Language
Summary
Guide with links to sound files.
Community
Karuk Tribe, Sípnuuk
Category
Cultural Practices, Cultural Practices,Language, Education, Language
Summary
Karuk language numbers 1-10 with links to sound files.
Community
Sípnuuk, Karuk Tribe
Category
Cultural Practices, Health, Natural Resources, Traditional Foods and Materials
Summary
This is a student video made for the Nanu’ávaha K-12 Karuk Cultural Curriculum in 2018.