This course has 4 lessons to support understanding the intersecting histories of private and public lands conservation, environmentalism, outdoor engagement, and marginalized communities in the U.S. In addition to an introductory video, the course has lessons that cover:
- Ideologies and frameworks that underpin intersecting histories of people, land, water and wildlife
- A timeline of important events that demonstrate how the history of conservation, environmentalism, outdoor engagement, and marginalized communities are intertwined
- Impacts of this history on marginalized communities and on the work of conservation, environmental, and outdoor organizations
- Several definitions of decolonization and examples of communities working to radically re-imagination conservation, environmental and outdoor sector work.