Native Voices in STEM: 'Indigenous Ingenuity: a Path Forward'


  • -

Michael Kotutwa Johnson, speaker for "Indigenous Ingenuity: a Path Forward," is a member of the Hopi Tribe in northern Arizona. Johnson holds a doctorate in natural resources from the University of Arizona and is a faculty member within the School of Natural Resources and the Environment. His primary work is with the Indigenous Resilience Center.

His newest initiative is the call for the revitalization of the American Indian food system based on the stewardship principles of Indigenous conservation. He continues to practice Hopi dry farming, a practice of his people for millennia.