Tue, Aug 02|
Outdoor Alliance Panel: Going Beyond Land Acknowledgement in the Recreation Sector
A panel exploring ways the recreation community can support tribal communities. Facilitated by Redbud's Taylor Pennewell, featuring Chairman Ron Goode of the North Fork Mono Tribe, Theresa Lorejo Simsiman (American White Water), and Geneva Thompson (California Natural Resource Agency).
Time & Location
Aug 02, 2022, 9:00 AM
About the event
Join Outdoor Alliance for a collaborative panel on how the recreation sector can go beyond land
acknowledgements to honor, learn from, and partner with Tribal communities.
Learn how the outdoor recreation community can better collaborate with Tribes,
create more opportunities for Indigenous communities within the conservation
field, support the return of Indigenous land stewardship practices, and work to
build landscapes that are resilient to climate change.
Taylor Pennewell- Executive Director-Redbud Resource Group, tribal member at Berry Creek Rancheria of Tyme Maidu Indians of California
Ron Goode- Chairman of the North Fork Mono Tribe
Theresa Lorejo Sinsiman-California Stewardship Director- American White Water
Geneva Thompson- Assistant Secretary for Tribal Affairs, California Natural Resource Agency