Great American Outdoors, Part 1 – with Angel Tadytin

In this episode of Notes From America, Navajo hiking guide Angel Tadytin and I discuss her deep connection with the land of red sand and deep canyons. She explains why walking in national parks makes her both upset and grateful, what differs hiking with a women group from hiking with men, and what we all can do to help keep the most beautiful U.S. landscapes, well, beautiful.

This is part 1 of a mini series about the Great American Outdoors. We recorded the interview in early September.


Angel Tadytin, Navajo woman, hiking guide, social worker and founder of the Instagram group Adventurous Natives.
See photos from Angel’s latest hikes on her Instagram profile
She is also an ambassador for Women Who Hike.

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If you want to learn more about how to do a land recognition (aka land acknowledgement), look at these tips based on a panel discussion hosted by the Native Governance Center and the Lower Phalen Creek Project in 2019:

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