Who owns the outdoors? Access to nature as a human right

Hosted by Alyana 

Is access to the outdoors/nature a human right? If yes, where does the responsibility fall to make sure we have equitable access and protection?

You are invited to join a discussion on access to the outdoors as public spaces. We’ll be joined by Trenton Schulz-Franco who founded the Special Bird Service Society and has been working to make the outdoors more accessible to historically marginalised folks. 

Trenton was born on the traditional, unceded and ancestral home of the W̱SÁNEĆ people. He is a lawyer, ecologist, photographer and cricketer, who co-founded Special Bird Service Society, a not-for-profit, outdoor educational and community-building initiative making nature more accessible for the global majority, 2-Spirit and LGBTQ+ communities through birding, here on the Salish coast of Turtle Island.

Please sign up before March 3rd to receive a $25 Doordash credit.

When: March 6th, 6:30 - 8:00pm PST





March 06, 2024 at 6:30pm - 8pm



Will you come?