We have found these websites and resources to be useful, accurate, and appropriate. Please note that web content is subject to change and the Museum is not responsible for the information found on the following links.
- Virtual Exhibit: First Peoples of California
- Amah Mutsun Tribal Band
- Protect Juristac Curricula | Curricula developed by the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band and partners
- Indigenous History of the Bay Area Videos | with CA State Park Archaeologist Mark Hylkema
- Primitive Ways | Online resource for native technologies, practices, and traditions including workshops, how-to guides, and replicas
- Rekindling the Old Ways: The Amah Mutsun and the Recovery of Traditional Ecological Knowledge | Bay Nature magazine
- Ohlone, Coastanoan, or Awaswas: Correcting History’s Misnomers | Mobile Ranger
- Slash and Burn: Native Garden Tending |Mobile Ranger
- Awaswas Wart Remedy: Poison Oak | Mobile Ranger
- Recommended Books:
Wetlands and Watersheds
Local Ecology/Natural History
Other Educational Resources
- The 5E Instructional Model
- CREEC – California Regional Environmental Education Community: The CREEC Network, administered by the California Department of Education, is a communication network supporting the environmental literacy of California’s students by providing teachers with access to high quality environmental education resources.
- The Museum At Your Side | A collection of resources developed by the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History:
We appreciate your help in keeping this information up to date! Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you find a link to be broken or inappropriate, or to make a suggestion.