Michael Kotutwa Johnson

Dr. Michael Kotutwa Johnson is an enrolled member of the Hopi Tribe and holds and obtained his doctorate from the University of Arizona in natural resources. His published works include Barriers to PES programs in Indigenous Communities: A lesson in land tenure insecurity from the Hopi Indian reservation published in the journal Ecosystem Services, co-author of Hopi People of the Land: Sustaining Agriculture on the Hopi Reservation, and the guest curator on a museum exhibit, The Resiliency of Hopi Agriculture: 2000 Years of Planting. Dr. Johnson is also a traditional Hopi dryland farmer and has lectured extensively on the benefits and techniques of Hopi agriculture.