We believe that a land acknowledgment is a simple, powerful way of showing respect. We also believe that it is an important step toward correcting the stories and practices that erase Indigenous people’s history and culture, and toward inviting and honoring the truth.

We also recognize that statements alone are not a sufficient way to right past wrongs.

Reset Outdoors as an organization, and every member of our team, are committed to do our part to help heal wounds, past and present.

Lenni-Lenape Land Acknowledgment

We acknowledge that the land on which we stand is the ancestral territory of the Lenni-Lenape People. We pay respect to Indigenous people throughout the Lenape diaspora- past, present, and future- and honor those that have been historically, systematically disenfranchised and forced off their land. We also acknowledge that the state of Pennsylvania and the United States as a nation, was founded upon the systematic exclusions, erasures, and genocide of Indigenous peoples.