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A Minority Outdoor Alliance Podcast about Bringing the Unlikely to the Active, Sporting Outdoors

Our Outside Podcast Ashley Smith/ Durrell Smith

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A Minority Outdoor Alliance Podcast about Bringing the Unlikely to the Active, Sporting Outdoors

    Our Outside EP02: Academics Afield with Georgia Wildlife Federation R3 Coordinator, Breanna Bashford

    Our Outside EP02: Academics Afield with Georgia Wildlife Federation R3 Coordinator, Breanna Bashford

    Our Outside EP02: Academics and R3 with Breanna Bashford of Georgia Wildlife FederationWe thank our partners: Eukanuba Sporting Dog, Pheasants Forever/ Quail Forever, S.Kent Rockwell Foundation, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation partnership, The Sporting Life NotebookIn this episode, Breanna Bashford, Ashley, and Durrell discuss a number of key questions that we think may give our growing audience context and clarity on what it means to Bring the Unlikely to the Active Outdoors, while simultaneously defining what the active, sporting outdoors means for the greater community of Georgia’s residents. Throughout the episode, we hope to give you a glimpse into our future plans and partnership initiatives with the Georgia Wildlife Federation to continue creating conversations that will lead to more diversity, equity, and inclusion in the active outdoors, and encourage more communities of color to participate in the conversation of land and water conservation.On the next Episode of OUR OUTSIDE, we will continue to dive into the conservation conversations in communities of color. For supporting material from our discussion, take a look through our show notes for links and references. We will release episodes of OUR OUTSIDE bi-weekly, with guests sharing their vast knowledge and experiences advocating for diversity in our active outdoor communities, so please subscribe to our podcast, and visit us at minorityoutdooralliance.org. And while you’re there, donate to the Alliance and our initiatives. We again, want to thank you for tuning in, and helping us continue Bringing the Unlikely to the Active, Sporting Outdoors.  Follow Up Show Notes:https://gwf.org/codyellis/ (https://gwf.org/codyellis/)https://gwf.org/abacsquirrelhunt/ (https://gwf.org/abacsquirrelhunt/)https://gwf.org/academicsafieldfacilitator/ (https://gwf.org/academicsafieldfacilitator/)If you go to gwf/r3.com (https://gwf.org/r3/) you can read additional blogs. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/national-wildlife-federation-outdoors/id1403554700?i=1000532595023 (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/national-wildlife-federation-outdoors/id1403554700?i=1000532595023)

    Our Outside EP01: Celebrating Bringing the Unlikely to the Outdoors

    Our Outside EP01: Celebrating Bringing the Unlikely to the Outdoors

    Our Outside is brought to you by our partners at Eukanuba Sporting DogThis show is also supported by our partners:Pheasants Forever (https://www.pheasantsforever.org/) | S.Kent Rockwell Foundation (https://skentrockwellfoundation.org/) | Theodore Roosevelt Conservation PartnershipWhat is Our Outside Podcast and what do we value as individuals and as an organization? We ask ourselves as your hosts, and the founders of our nonprofit, Minority Outdoor Alliance, a number of key questions that we think may give our growing audience context and clarity on what it means to Bring the Unlikely to the Active Outdoors, while simultaneously defining what the active, sporting outdoors means. We touch on some highlights from the 2021 Minority Outdoor Alliance Festival and some of the major takeaways from such a momentous, inaugural event. Throughout the episode, we hope to give you a glimpse into our future plans and initiatives to continue creating conversations that will lead to more diversity, equity, and inclusion in the active outdoors, and encourage more communities of color to participate in the conversation of land and water conservation.In this Episode:Review of the Inaugural Minority Outdoor Alliance FestivalBringing the Unlikely to the Outdoors- what does this mean?The Need to Address Conservation and Bring Minorities to the Conversation & How?On the next Episode of OUR OUTSIDE, we will continue to dive into the conservation conversations in communities of color, elaborating more on the 7 Pillars of the North American Model of Conservation. For supporting material from our discussion, take a look through our show notes for links and references. We will release episodes of OUR OUTSIDE bi-weekly, with guests sharing their vast knowledge and experiences advocating for diversity in our active outdoor communities, so please subscribe to our podcast, and visit us at minorityoutdooralliance.org. And while you’re there, donate to the Alliance and our initiatives. We again, want to thank you for tuning in, and helping us continue Bringing the Unlikely to the Active, Sporting Outdoors.  Show References:* https://www.trcp.org/2020/01/10/north-american-model-explained/ (https://www.trcp.org/2020/01/10/north-american-model-explained/)* http://wildlife.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/North-American-model-of-Wildlife-Conservation.pdf (http://wildlife.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/North-American-model-of-Wildlife-Conservation.pdf)

    • 29 min

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