Tending Nature

TENDING NATURE shines a light on the environmental knowledge of indigenous peoples across California by exploring how the state's Native peoples have actively shaped and tended the land for millennia, in the process developing a deep understanding of plant and animal life. The series examines how humans are necessary to live in balance with nature and how traditional practices can inspire a new generation of Californians.

Recent and Upcoming Airings

Cultivating Native Foodways with the Cultural Conservancy 11.212/28 8:00 pm 11.212/29 1:00 am 11.212/29 9:00 am
Decolonizing Cuisine with Mak-'amham 11.211/15 8:30 pm 11.211/16 12:30 am 11.211/16 8:30 am 11.211/19 4:30 am 11.211/19 10:30 am
Guarding Ancestral Grounds with the Wiyot 11.212/7 8:00 pm 11.212/8 1:00 am 11.212/8 9:00 am 11.212/11 4:00 am 11.212/11 10:00 am
Healing The Body with United Indian Health Services 11.211/22 8:30 pm 11.211/23 12:30 am 11.211/23 8:30 am 11.211/26 4:30 am 11.211/26 10:30 am
Preserving The Desert with Nalc 11.212/14 8:00 pm 11.212/15 1:00 am 11.212/15 9:00 am 11.212/18 4:00 am 11.212/18 10:00 am
Protecting The Coast with the Tolowa Dee-ni 11.211/15 8:00 pm 11.211/16 12:00 am 11.211/16 8:00 am 11.211/19 4:00 am 11.211/19 10:00 am
Reclaiming Agriculture with the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation 11.212/21 8:00 pm 11.212/22 1:00 am 11.212/22 9:00 am 11.212/25 4:00 am 11.212/25 10:00 am
Tribal Hunting with the Pit River Peoples 11.211/22 8:00 pm 11.211/23 12:00 am 11.211/23 8:00 am 11.211/26 4:00 am 11.211/26 10:00 am