Connecting To Tradition Through Ecology

Published: Friday, June 23, 2017 - 3:04pm
Updated: Friday, June 23, 2017 - 3:10pm

(Photo courtesy of Ka-Voka Jackson)
Ka-Voka Jackson wants to replace invasive plans with native ones at the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.
(Photo courtesy of Ka-Voka Jackson)
Ka-Voka Jackson is a master's student at UNLV.

Ka-Voka Jackson wants to replace invasive plants with native ones at the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area.

So the master's student at UNLV has been going there and pulling some of the invasive plants and planting native ones.

She’s working in collaboration with the National Park Service for her masters’ project, which is focusing on restoration ecology. Jackson joins me to talk about this.

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