Madison Attorney Samantha Skenandore Featured in WKOW Article on Her Keynote Speech at the Clean Lakes Alliance Community Breakfast
Samantha Skenandore, a member of the firm's Indian Law & Policy and Real Estate Practice Groups, was featured in WKOW article regarding her keystone speech before over 800 attendees at the Clean Lakes Alliance Annual Community Breakfast in which she advocated laws that protect the lakes, streams, and wetlands in the Yahara River Watershed.
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The keynote speaker was Samantha Skenandore, a Federal Indian and Tribal Law-experienced attorney for Quarles and an enrolled member of the Ho-Chunk Nation. She supports advocating for laws that protect the land and water.
Skenandore says she joined the collaboration to fix a disconnect between environmentalists to Native nations. She says efforts like these not only protect the environment, but also sustain indigenous cultural heritages.
"It makes sense to be a strategy partner with clean lakes and to analyze and protect, preserve and share our indigenous traditional ecological knowledge with this community, and be more visible, be more vibrant, and just do better by our community" Skenandore said.