Risk Management for the Future
Black, indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) and those of the LGBTQ+ community are increasingly present and visible in organized outdoor trips and events, and will be the future of the outdoor industry. At this time, our specific risks in the outdoors are an oversight for most risk management outlines.

We want to be able to mitigate risks that are directed towards us because of racism or queer & trans hatred.

We want to create a plan of action to lean on when we encounter volatile situation while we are miles away from safety, allies, or support systems.

And we want to recognize the tremendous amount of emotional risk that it takes for many in our community to enjoy the outdoors.

We are working towards creating:
1) a risk management plan that is unique to our population,
2) an outline for de-escalation, and
3) emergency protocols as response to an incident.

This survey will help us gather a larger selection of data than from just those who are able to attend the workshops in person.

Thank you for your support!
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