ITOH 5/7/21 – What’s on your Menu? Guest Presenter Brendon Munge, USC
ITOH 21/6/21 – UNI, TAFE, or RTO – Outdoor Learning Where Should I Go?
ITOH 17/5/21 – Inclusivity and Accessibility in the Outdoors – Nature Freedom
ITOH 5/4/21 – One Year Around the Sun for ITOH – Year in Review
ITOH 3/3/21 – Climate Action and Outdoor Industry – Outdoors People for Climate Action
ITOH 15/2/21 – Wages, Salaries, and Pay
ITOH 31 – Outdoor Leadership Certificate Program Introduction
ITOH 29 – Leadership in the Outdoors
ITOH 26 – What you need to know about Sleeping Systems – Presented by Ross from Sea to Summit
ITOH 24 – Confronting the Concept of Challenge By Choice : Group Facilitated Discussion
ITOH 3/5/21 – International Perspective in the Outhaus- South Africa with Alan Champkins
ITOH 15/3/21 – The How, What and Why of the Outdoor Council of Australia National Summit 2021
ITOH 3/2/21 – Accessing the Outdoors
ITOH 30 – Association for Experiential Ed. Conference Review
ITOH 28 – Industry Updates and What’s happening in Outdoor Ed
ITOH 27 – WE’s 46 year history, a great Australian story of innovation – Presented by Henry of WE
ITOH 25 – Evolution of the One Planet Backpack – Presented by Ben from One Planet
ITOH 20 – Back to School – Outdoor Ed. Training Options – Group Facilitated Discussion
ITOH 21 – Recreation vs. Education – Where does the learning happen – Group Facilitated Discussion
ITOH 18 – How Programming has Changed – Group Facilitated Discussion
ITOH 19 – How to Keep Women in the Outdoor Sector – Group Facilitated Discussion
ITOH 15 – Ropes Course and Equipment Sanitation – presented by Fred Heckeroth
ITOH 17 – Freelancing in 2020 – Group Facilitated Discussion
Hi there at Into the Outhaus,
This is Vicki Adams getting in touch from Outdoors People for Climate Action. I think that Into the Outhaus’s work to connect outdoor professionals is wonderful and is much needed in our outdoor community.
I was getting in touch today to see if Outdoors People for Climate Action could collaborate with Into the Outhaus to maybe be a part of one of your discussions.
A bit about us – Outdoors People for Climate Action is an Australia wide group for outdoor enthusiasts and outdoor workers that was started in March 2020. As a volunteer team, we’re working to inform outdoors people about the climate and ecological crisis, the solutions and how it affects the outdoors and we’re working to empower our community to take climate action (for example divesting, lifestyle changes, attending events and actions, getting politically engaged, etc). The group also allows us to build community around this issue and in the future to represent our community’s concerns. You can learn more about us here: https://www.outdoorspeople.org/
Personally, I’ve trained in outdoor recreation and have worked as an outdoor educator and coordinator and as a bushwalking guide.
For Outdoors People for Climate Action, on Oct 30 I gave a presentation at QORF’s coffee and conversation and I’ve also presented at the last online Victorian Backcountry Festival.
I haven’t been able to attend the Outhaus personally yet (although my partner has), so I’m not across what all of your session look like, but if you were interested I would be happy to give a short presentation or be a part of a wider discussion etc.
Thanks for your great work in this area.