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Emily King Nov 29
I'm Emily and I'm a PhD candidate at . I study the physiology of aquatic inverts. Been moonlighting in freshwater for a bit but I've been a since the beginning
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✨ jasmine aka Shuri's labmate 21h
I'm solidly a city girl. I was the kid who made fun of white people who went camping for "fun". But now I'm in a relationship with a fanatic and my eyes have been opened. This is actually my cultural legacy, just like many indigenous people around the globe.
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Julia Duchesne Nov 27
Saw my first piece in the mag today! 😮 I spoke with Judith Kasiama this summer about loving mountains, making space on the trails, and "polite" Canadian racism. Really looking forward to her Colour the Trails series:
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Wild in the City Nov 27
Wanted: Non Executive Directors Seeking experienced professionals to support our growth 🌱
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Sir Ski Nov 25
If you like to hunt,fish,hike, or anything in the outdoors in general, follow and also on Instagram . A Outdoor clothing and lifestyle brand. . . .
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Theanne Griffith, PhD 🇧🇧👩🏽‍🔬🇭🇷 15h
It’s crazy how urban has become synonymous with Black, yet much of American history we have been tied (forcibly) to the land.
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Anna Gifty Nov 27
Replying to @itsafronomics
If you are , check out these Black owned outerwear items:
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Naomi Schwartz Nov 27
Time is running out to submit your applications for the Connectivity Science position and the new Biodiversity Solutions Cluster. Applications due Dec 1. Join us!
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Jacqueline L. Scott, Black Outdoors Nov 25
Tonight: Join our panel discussion on how Black people are reclaiming outdoors as a Black space in USA and Canada .
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Kween werK Nov 30
I always find something new, beautiful, soul soothing, etc when I get out in nature. It's always worth it.
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Jacqueline L. Scott, Black Outdoors Nov 26
Webinar on while Black for Bowdin College page turning of 's marvelous book. Calendar Event | Bowdoin College
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The Nature Nurse™ Nov 24
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Jacqueline L. Scott, Black Outdoors Nov 26
It was amazing sharing the panel on for with Judith Kasiama, Brooklyn Bell, Raheim Robinson, and Ayesha McGowan.
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The Nature Nurse™ 14h
How cool, shows his love for nature on .🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿
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Kim-Marie Walker Nov 29
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Krystal M. Toney🐝 Nov 22
Just laying in this tent listening to the coyotes howl and hunt and insects sing and mate. It's wild out here.
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Krystal M. Toney🐝 Nov 29
is whole trend and more people need to know why!
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Krystal M. Toney🐝 Nov 27
Nature is therapy. It is energy. It is purpose. It is motivation. It is health. It is prosperity. It is beautiful and it exist to be freely experienced by EVERYONE. Nature is for everyone.
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Krystal M. Toney🐝 Nov 28
Soooo...let's talk about the fact that is a trend because for so long (and still continously) we were not allowed and were not welcomed in natural spaces.
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Krystal M. Toney🐝 Nov 28
Visit , join the mailing list and become a voice for change in Black communities and natural spaces. is for everyone. Period.
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