How Two Santa Cruz Artists Changed the Course of Environmental History

By Chloe Veltman on February 11, 2016

At Sagehen, the Harrisons are collaborating with a team of UC Berkeley scientists and members of the Washoe Tribe on a 50-year-long project...The Harrisons’ decision to involve the Washoe Tribe — whose members have called the Sagehen area and beyond their ancestral home for for tens of thousands of years — adds an important dimension to the project because of the Native Americans’ deep knowledge of the local ecosystem and its indigenous species...

http://ww2.kqed.org/arts/2016/02/11/how-two-santa-cruz-artists-changed-t...

Related Link:

Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison
Professor Emeritus
UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts
http://visarts.ucsd.edu/faculty/helen-mayer-and-newton-harrison
http://theharrisonstudio.net/

Image Credits:
Helen Mayer Harrison and Newton Harrison with Benny Fillmore of the Washoe Tribe and his daughter, Helen.
Photo is courtesy of Laura Fillmore and KQED Arts Newsletter.