The Beaver State Podcast Episode 43: Afrovivalist with Sharon Ross

February 25, 2021

Sharon Ross started Afrovivalist to provide communities of color in Oregon with vital outdoor survival skills based on what she learned from a childhood spent hunting and fishing in rural Southwest Oregon, lessons from her military father and a lifetime of watching people suffer during natural disasters due to lack of preparedness. Today she takes people through specially designed experiences to provide them with the tools they need to be better prepared whether recreating outside or facing a devastating winter storm.

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