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Harron Hall

Enowkin Centre
Harron Hall (Education Curriculum Coordinator, En’owkin Centre) is an emerging writer from the Syilx and Nlaka'pamux Nations. Her work combines traditional storytelling methods with modern artistic expressions including performance art. Harron has a deep commitment to protect the land and water. She holds up her responsibility to the environment by educating people on the importance of sustainability.

As a working team, Harron and Eva, have previously undertaken specifically designed school presentations incorporating Syilx Okanagan traditional knowledge and Western Science to teach about the importance of the black cottonwood ecosystem. Over 3,000 students and volunteers from three school districts as well as the indigenous schools participated in indoor classroom and outdoor cottonwood events.

Although Harron and Eva come from different cultures and experiences, they both share the same reverence for the unique ecosystems of the Okanagan. The team is excited to share insights and information to help students and communities learn ways we can all do more to protect the environment.
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