Heather Green is an environmental and Indigenous historian interested in resource development and industrialization, mining, health, environmental tourism, sport hunting, identity, and gender. She is currently a post-doctoral fellow with the Wilson Institute in Canadian History at McMaster University. Heather studies transnational tourism in the Yukon, specifically the rise of sport hunting and conservation policy and Indigenous engagement in the industry. She is also a Fulbright Canada scholar with the University of Arizona examining coal mining and economic relief among the Navajo in Arizona from 1950 to 2000. Heather is this year’s New Scholars representative for the Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE).