Co-investigator Alex Stewart has experience with ethnographic methods (e.g., Stewart,1998, The Ethnographer’s Method, Sage Publications) and ethnographic research (e.g., Stewart, 1989, Team Entrepreneurship, Sage Publications, 1989). He also has extensive experience applying social anthropological theory and ethnographic findings (e.g., Stewart, 2015, Academy of Management Perspectives and Stewart, 1990, Organization Science). With PI Natalie Slawinski, he participated in the “Telling a New Rural Story: Mobilizing Assets for Vibrant Communities” conference in Norris Point, NL, and presented a photographic interpretation of the PLACE model. (https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/pov-mallary-mcgrath-telling-new-storyvibrant- communities-1.5155413 shows both Slawinski and Stewart in the third photo.) Within the last 12 months, he has made 18 photo-ethnographic visits to rural Newfoundland. He has worked recurrently with nine community organizations on the Bonavista Peninsula. This fieldwork is in the territory of the Discovery Aspiring Geopark (DAG), and he has provided 156 photographs of sites requested by the DAG effort. In conjunction with community leaders, artists, and crafts people, he is working to develop interactive ways for community members to express their visions of the environment (physical, social, cultural, and historical) and the ways people create value based on ties to this environment.