Episode 24 – Kurt Broz
Episode 24 – Coyote and the Wolf
Pala Life: Past and Present
Rosenda Nolasquez tells the story “Coyote and the Wolf”. The story is appropriate for the interview that follows. During the story, coyote goes hunting and meets several animals on the way. If you have a copy of “Mulu Wetam”, the story is on page 136, in the section titled “We Tell Animal Stories”. Inter-Tribal Birdsingers sing a song before the interview. Kurt Broz from the Pala Tribal Environmental Protection Agency discusses his job as the Tribal Wildlife Biologist. In his job, he observes and monitors local wildlife as he does his part to establish a general wildlife plan. So in both the story and Kurt Broz’ job they see several animals. Enjoy the episode!
Pala Tribal member Eric Ortega lives on the Pala Indian Reservation with his wife and children. He is very involved with the culture, history and the education of the local community. His show “Pala Life: Past and Present” has won awards from the San Diego Press Club.
“Pala Life: Past and Present” is the show where you can hear about the history of Pala Through The Eyes of the people who have lived here. Eric Ortega also produces “Songs of the Southwest” which showcases local Native American traditional songs from Southern California Arizona and Nevada.