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Western Wildlands

[Image Description: The Clark Fork river, surrounded by bright green shrubs, bushes, and trees. Clouds cover the sky and hide the tops of the mountains in the distance.]

Tina Guo - Field Coordinator

Tina Guo - Field Coordinator

Tina grew up with the maples and the violets within the ancestral and contemporary homelands of the Anishinaabeg.  She is a member of her family's first generation in Turtle Island, and her family comes from the river clay, the mountains, and the oceans.  She's happiest when outdoors and mildly grimy, and is gratefully delighted that she can spend her days living different versions of her earliest memory and sharing the experiences with others.  She loves learning with and from other people, and has been deeply fortunate in her ability to accept and access these knowledge opportunities all over the homelands of the Anishinaabeg, Séliš, Ql̓ispé, Nimiipuu, Agaideka, and Tukudeka.  Generally, Tina can be found tripping over absolutely nothing on a walk somewhere, playing with food, falling in love with yet another plant, watching the light in the trees, and smail-tagging silly notes to her friends. 

Photo Credit: Ethan Kuster, Ancestral/Contemporary Homelands: Agaideka