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Joseph G. Hiller

Joseph G. Hiller, Oglala Lakota, is an emeritus professor recently retired from the University of Arizona, where he specialized in watershed management, ecohydrology. His career included service at the Universities of Wyoming and Alaska as well. His most recent duties were as assistant dean in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; associate director of the Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station; assistant director of Arizona Cooperative Extension, director of strategic opportunities for the Defense and Homeland Security Institute; and is a former head of UA's American Indian Studies graduate interdisciplinary program. He holds a doctorate degree in rangeland ecology and watershed management from the University of Wyoming. He is affiliated with several other organizations that advocate for Indian use and management of Indian lands and natural resources. He resides in western Nebraska and consults with several federal agencies involved in defense, intelligence, research and agriculture/natural resources.

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