The Resilient Restoration project has been created under the guidance of the Climate Science Alliance Tribal Working Group and in partnership with researchers at UC Riverside and San Diego State University, with the goal of protecting culturally significant Southern California native plant species. Recently featured on UC News, the project aims to create significant research, while at the same time building capacity for Indigenous peoples.
“Many plants that are integral to tribal tradition and spirituality are also key for maintaining biodiversity in this region,” said UC Riverside professor Helen Regan who is co-leading the project. “Everyone benefits from ensuring the survival of these species.”
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