Land as Body
return to the land
return to our future
erynne is an educator, rock-climber, perinatal wellness activist, and new Mama of mixed ancestry (Michif/Filipina/Celtic). She comes from sweetgrass & mangoes.
Her academic (PhD of Indigenous Governance), personal and creative work reflects Land based climate justice leadership, Land-based wellness and Inter-National reproductive traditions and perinatal governance.
Research Focuses: Land-based wellness, Embodied Governance, Insurgent Healing, Anti-racist leadership in the Outdoors, Decolonization, Indigenization, Place-based knowledge mobilization, film-based storytelling, Intersectionality, Perinatal & Family Wellness, Climate Action and Outdoor Education.
FILM BASED WORK
She is also the Co-Founder and producer of UATÊ STORIED LEARNING, a story-based film company grounded in anti-oppressive and radical pedagogical research and relational methodologies. Erynne is committed to decolonial approaches to education, climate justice, community wellness and knowledge sharing.