Presented by Jeff Antonelis-Lapp.
- indigenous people have been going to Tahoma (Mt. Rainier) for 9000 years, mostly to hunt and gather high alpine plants like huckleberry
- one of the key pieces of archaeological evidence for indigenous use is rock chippings from arrowheads and tools being sharpened
- sediment deposition in rivers flowing from glacial melt has tripled compared to the past