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Wendy Ferris-George

Karuk Tribe Appointee KRRC
About/Bio

Hoopa Valley Tribe member and former Council Member Wendy Poppy Ferris- George is a former Vice-Chair and Council Member of the Hoopa Valley Tribe. She has worked since 2002 on the campaign to remove Klamath River dams. Wendy descends from the Karuk and Hupa Tribes. She has spent her life fishing on the Klamath and Trinity Rivers and is engaged with the people that depend on them for subsistence and economic purposes. She has been a cultural arts instructor along the Trinity and Klamath Rivers for over 20 years specializing in the return of the traditional Jump Dance Basket. Wendy served 7 years on the California Indian Basket Weavers

Association working on environmental justice issues and eventually founded her own non-profit titled, World Renewal. She currently manages her own business titled, Cultural

Resources Consulting. Credentials: AS, Behavioral and Social Science; BA Anthropology –Sonoma State University: linguistics, biology, anthropology, CRM; Current Status: – MPS CHRM University of Maryland. Masters Cultural and Heritage Resource Management

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