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After Thousands of Years, Western Science Is Slowly Catching Up to Indigenous Knowledge

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  Finally recognition of indigenous scientific knowledge. Long overdue and a long way to go, but perhaps in the nick of time to salvage our long suffering natural world. Our native brothers and sisters have begged us to listen to their understanding of scientific knowledge to no avail. A little humility on the part of Western science is a welcome change.

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My name is Lois Gagnon and I am married with 2 adult sons and live in Western Massachusetts. I work in the interior horticulture field. I am active in human rights and progressive politics. My greatest concern is the inability of most of my family (more...)
 

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