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About Me[edit]

Joel Arellano
Joe is a senior, Majoring under the Native American Studies department at Humboldt State University. His focus is on Environment & Natural Resources, aiming to gather knowledge on appropriate regulatory and physical management practices for native ecosystems among State, Federal, and Tribal lands.

Interests in Technology and the Environment[edit]

  • Reintroducing Native Plants to North American Diets as a means to reduce pollution.
  • Indigenous North American agricultural/plant managing practices as a means to reduce water consumption/waste.
  • Solar technologies

Experience in Technology and/or the Environment[edit]

  • (2011-2013;2017) Internship, Pechanga Cultural Resources Department; Native California plant identification & management project.
  • (2010-present) chaperone/cultural advisor/youth instructor, Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians; Annual Traditional Summer Knowledge Program.
  • (2010) vocational certification, The Fab School; Introductory welding/fabrication and design.