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Essential Eight with Community Partnership Builder Sheridan Noelani Enomoto

Sheridan Noelani EnomotoSheridan Noelani Enomoto is Kanaka Maoli or Native Hawaiian with mixed ancestry. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Comparative North American Studies from Macalester College and a Master of Arts in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths College, University of London. 

Sheridan has a deep commitment to community and public service and has dedicated herself to the Indigenous-led movement, Run4Salmon, for the past eight years, shedding light on the state of California’s watersheds. 

Currently, as the Going Beyond Land Acknowledgments Resource Specialist at Redbud Resource Group, Sheridan focuses on providing resources and tools that build respectful and effective partnerships with Native communities.

To get to know Sheridan more, here are her essential eight items:  

An essential food to try

Native California Salmon.

An essential destination to visit

The source or the beginning of your watershed.

An essential skill to master

Someone making kindling to start a fireHow to build a fire. 

An essential fact to know

The Indigenous language that is spoken in the lands you work and reside.

An essential piece of advice to consider

As the world is round, so do things come back around.

An essential activity to try

Tending to a gardenGrowing your own food.

An essential podcast to listen to

Challenging Colonialism

An essential Instagram account to follow

Redbud Resource Group.

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