Outdoor recreation is a form of physical activity condoned by many health experts. For example, in the United States, a Health & Human Services (HHS) report called The Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent and Decrease Overweight and Obesity 2001 specifically identified recreation activity as an attractive way to engage in exercise. In many…… Continue reading Outdoor Recreation & Indigeneity: Where They Intersect & Where They Clash
Shawnee, Anishinaabe. Engineer. American Indian Studies. Public Health. I've published articles across various STEM fields, including reports for the EPA/NEJAC on Climate Change and reports to the UN at the climate conferences, World Bank meetings, and at the Geneva human rights conventions. For fun, I play many different instruments and sports including bagpipes, violin, Scottish and Irish dance, hockey, TF/XC, hiking, and bouldering/rock climbing.