Report of the Native American Sacred Lands Forum
Native American Sacred Lands Forum2001
The Native American Sacred Lands Forum was convened because of a need to ﬁnd solutions to the serious lack of protection given to sites and issues considered sacred by tribes. This report provides of the forum’s recommendations, including those made by the working groups which focused on six areas: education, Native leadership, legal tools and legislation, land management policies, consultation, and an additional “all relevant issues” category. Subsequent sections and appendices contain summaries and transcripts of panelists’ remarks from the opening session, a narrative summary of the recommendations of the working groups, and transcribed notes from their deliberations. The report concludes with recommendations and observations about the Forum for consideration by organizers of future dialogue sessions.
Report of the Native American Sacred Lands Forum [On-line]. Native American Sacred Lands Forum: Boulder, Denver (Colorado), October 9-10, 2001. <http://www.sacredland.org/home/resources/tools-for-action/reports-and-guidelines/report-of-the-native-american-sacred-lands-forum/index.html> [Consulted: 5 November 2015].