Sue-meg State Park

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Indigenous Culture on the North Coast at Sue-meg Village

Sue-meg Village was built in collaboration between State Parks and the Yurok Tribe as a place for Yurok to revitalize their culture and is used today for education, ceremony, and healing. Join Interpreters Maiya Rainer, Princess Colegrove, and Skip Lowry as they share stories, lessons, and lifeways, drawn from their Yurok and Hupa heritage.

Don't miss our teacher resources and IN-PERSON FIELD TRIP Opportunities below!

Interested in scheduling an in-person field trip at Sue-meg State Park? See our in-person field trip offerings below!

During this 1-hour tour of Sue-meg Village, students will explore a recreated Yurok village engineered with amazing Traditional Ecological Knowledge. This program highlights the need for testimonial, social, and environmental justice in order to help build diverse cultural exchanges. During this tour, students will experience how Yurok culture is alive and well today!

During this 2 hour guided field trip activity at Sue-meg State Park, students will explore the life and significance of a coastal and cultural keystone species, the red abalone through the lenses of coastal kelp forest ecology and Indigenous Yurok culture. Students will participate in hands on learning activities, ecological modeling games, and be immersed in rich cultural storytelling.

Available Teacher Resources

Find Available resources on our Sumeg Village YouTube Playlist

Explore Indigenous Yurok Abalone Scratchers with Flipgrid!

Discover the Yurok Language at Sumeg Village!

Deepen your learning with Sumeg Village with passPORTS instructional resources

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