Indigenous Resources for Outdoor Learning
February, 6th 2024 - 4:00 PM Pacific / 7:00 PM Eastern (60)
With Publishers, Qwultultun Robert Goldsmith & Seabacola Topher Beaton
Join Qultultun and Seabacola to learn about authentic Indigenous Learning Resources that connect educators with the Land from across Turtle Island. From traditional to modern stories, educational books and resources, this workshop will connect you with the wealth of authentic Indigenous resources available on The Outdoor Learning Store in partnership with Strong Nations – an Indigenous owned and operated publishing house.
Qwultultun/Robert Goldsmith is from Quw’utsun First Nation (Cowichan Tribes). He was born in Vancouver but has lived on Vancouver Island, in Nanaimo, for most of his life. Robert is the father of two children, Melainee and Rylan. Robert joined Strong Nations as a shipper/receiver in 2018. Since then, his role has expanded to include warehouse management and customer service, and Director of Publishing. Robert is now the Manager of Sales.
Topher Beaton, or his traditional name Seabacola, has been involved with Strong Nations for years as a member of the operations team, as an author, and now as the Manager of Publishing. He was previously Managing Editor of Portal magazine and studied Creative Writing and English at Vancouver Island University. His first graphic novel Andy’s Tribal Canoe Journey was published in 2022.
All registrants will be entered to win some great draw prizes! Following the workshop, you will receive a discount code to access the resources shared, the recording, and a link to access your Certificate of Attendance.
You can learn more and access amazing Strong Nations resources here: