Noah Schlager

Student Employee

Noah Schlager is a Mvskoke-Creek, Cheraw, Cherokee, Jewish, and Euro-American descendant. He is a current candidate for the Masters Of Environmental Science at the Yale School Of Forestry and Environmental Studies studying the Indigenous co-management and its engagement with settler-colonial governance systems at the Bears Ears National Monument. He is interested in Indigenous agricultural and land practices, Indigenous co-management of public lands, the legacies of colonialism and racism in environmental management systems, and the advocacy of Indigenous people and knowledges in Academic institutions.

Fox International Fellow
Academic Year: 
2018-19