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Welcome to the 2020 Refuge Outdoor Festival Virtual Camp-in! This event is geared toward Black, Indigenous, People of Color being centered and uplifted in the outdoors, white allies welcome. Take refuge and do as much, or as little as you would like. 

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Saturday, September 19 • 4:30pm - 5:15pm
Seeking Refuge in the Arctic Refuge

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We will discuss our recent trip into the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge on the Hulahula River. We will discuss the history of the Refuge and the need to protect the Coastal Plain from future oil and gas drilling. Also, we will talk about the Indigenous Inupiat and Gwich'in Peoples who live in and around the Refuge and have been stewards of the land since time immemorial.

***This workshop will be streamed live on YouTube.***

Speakers
avatar for Karlin Itchoak

Karlin Itchoak

The Wilderness Society
Karlin is the Alaska State Director for The Wilderness Society. He strives to protect the land, air, water and environment that sustains not only Indigenous cultures, but all life. Karlin has served as elected president of the Nome Eskimo community Tribal council and he is currently... Read More →
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Danielle Stickman

Network Coordinator, Alaska Conservation Foundation
Danielle is of Dena’ina and Koyukon Athabascan descent. Danielle’s foundational passion for her work stems from the cultural values of Alaska Natives, Hawaiians, First Nation Peoples, and from her experiences of traveling around Alaska and the world. She believes that protecting... Read More →


Saturday September 19, 2020 4:30pm - 5:15pm PDT
Room 2 Zoom