First Advisor

Melissa Haeffner

Term of Graduation

January 2023

Date of Publication

1-1-2023

Document Type

Thesis

Language

English

Subjects

Indigenous Studies, Social Research

Physical Description

1 online resource ( pages)

Abstract

This study investigates how water insecurity affects Indigenous communities in Grand Ronde, Warm Springs, and Umatilla, Oregon, through loss of clean drinking water, access to culturally significant foods, and exposure to pollution. Each community offers innovative solutions drawing on their Indigenous knowledge to overcome water supply challenges. Communities with more resources are better equipped to cope with water insecurity and environmental degradation.

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