Welcome to the ESK research group. We study the interrelated ecological, socio-cultural and political dimensions of tribal natural resource management and harvest activities. We also study the political interactions that occur between tribes and their neighbors surrounding natural resource issues, including cross-boundary cooperation, conflict and co-management of ecosystems and subsistence resources. We work directly with American Indian Tribes and other Native peoples in our research endeavors. Chi Miigwech (biggest thanks) for visiting our website!
- Dr. Nicholas J. Reo (Sault Ste. Marie Chippewa), Principal Investigator -