Tribal EcoRestoration Alliance (TERA)
The Tribal EcoRestoration Alliance (TERA) is a collaboration between Robinson Rancheria Pomo Indians, Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians, United States Forest Service (Upper Lake District Ranger), the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument, and the Clear Lake Environmental Research Center. Our mission is to cultivate land stewardship, livelihood, and leadership skills that weave collaborative relationships between Tribal members and the community at large for the benefit of all lands and beings.
Our program goals include the following:
- Strengthen ties to land and culture
- Connect tribal members with meaningful livelihoods and culturally relevant work in their ancestral territories
- Regenerate local ecology and economy
- Strengthen cross-cultural relationship to place
- Build capacity for native voices to play a central role in land stewardship
If you’re interested in applying for our next training in February of 2021 or for general inquiries, e-mail us.
Clear Lake Environmental Research Center serves as the fiscal sponsor of Tribal EcoRestoration Alliance.