Brittany Luby and Jane Mariotti
Brittany Luby is an award-winning historian at the University of Guelph. Her writing–both academic and creative–is intended to draw attention to social inequities in what is now known as Canada and to empower and to envision alternate futures. Her current research is multidisciplinary and community-driven and focuses on manomin caretaking in the upper Winnipeg River drainage basin. To learn more follow @manominproject on Instagram.
Jane Mariotti is a third-year undergraduate student at the University of Guelph studying Environmental Science and majoring in Ecology. Her interests lie in nutrient cycling and botany. Her experience includes field work in environmental monitoring, tallgrass prairie ecosystem restoration, and lab work in soil sample processing.