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Indigenous Lessons for the Future 

Attend the free lecture event (Thursday, March 17 at 7 p.m.) focusing on the lessons indigenous groups of the Southwest can teach us all about sustainable living. The event, held in conjunction with the 39th Annual Conference of the Society for Ethnobiology, will be held at the UA Social Science building (1145 E. South Campus Drive), Room 100. Speakers include Gary Nabhan, Nancy Turner, Jesus Garcia and Verna Pepeyla Miller. Go to ethnobiology.org for more info.

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