Today, we celebrate our public lands for the adventures they offer us all. But the creation of public lands has a darker, complex story we need to understand.
This lesson explores what it truly means to be connected to the land by observing indigenous peoples' ecological traditions.
Indigenous peoples are the most valuable consultants and decision-makers for our public lands. This lesson explores how they lead the way.
This unique case study explores how indigenous peoples have informed and improved climbing in response to harm done to sacred lands.
Using Bears Ears Monument as an example, we explore how various groups of people can find common ground to protect land together.
This final lesson explores how we can reduce conflict between tribes and the greater outdoor community to ensure a better path forward.
In today's world, respecting public lands and indigenous peoples is more important than ever. And few people can show us the way better than Dr. Len Necefer. His rare combination of knowledge is here for you to absorb—accumulated over his years as a professor of American Indian Studies and Public Policy at Arizona State University, an avid adventurer, and the CEO of Natives Outdoors. Simply put: If you spend time outdoors, it’s critical to hear Necefer’s facts and wisdom. Every single learning will inform your next adventure, while giving you a platform to educate your fellow outdoors lovers, too.