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Sabine Talaugon

Sabine Talaugon

Sabine Talaugon (Chumash) is a PhD student in Native American Studies at UC Davis and a trainee in the Coastal and Marine Science Institute’s Sustainable Oceans program. Sabine earned a Masters of Public Policy from Mills College in 2013, and worked in the Indian health field for five years, founding a program evaluation and policy analysis firm, Iwex Consulting in 2016. 

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Tending Nature

California Tribes Offer Critical Perspective on Marine Protected Areas

Tribal rights have hardly been addressed in marine environments but the the work of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation and the North Coast tribes creates a critical space of dialogue about the health of the ocean, which impacts our collective well-being. 
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