Bethke, C. [UA Indigenous Resilience]. (2022). Economical Smartphone Integrated and Automated High Tunnel Greenhouse Growing System on the Navajo Nation, Biosystems Engineering Seminar [Video presentation]. YouTube.

Clytus, M. [UA College of Medicine - Phoenix]. (2021, February 24). Connect2STEM TV - Cultural Engineering in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) [Video]. YouTube.

LaFrance, J.V. (2021) Our Land, Our Education, and Our Health Summer Program. Spoke with Indigenous students sponsored by the US Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center

LaFrance, J.V. (2021) Guardians of the Living Water Summer Program. Spoke with Apsáalooke youth participants sponsored by the Guardians of the Living water program.

LaFrance, J.V. [Lush Cosmetics North America]. (2021, April 13). Lush Cosmetics: A letter to global leaders [Video]. YouTube.

LaFrance, J.V. [Lush Cosmetics North America]. (2021, April 22). Lush Cosmetics: Meet JoRee LaFrance, Apsáalooke Scholar [Video]. YouTube.

Presson, L.K., Hardikar, M., Felix, V., Achilli, A., & Hickenbottom, K.L. (2021). Strategies to Minimize Fouling in Membrane Distillation for the Management of Water Reuse Reverse Osmosis Concentrate. [Poster]. North American Membrane Society, Estes Park, CO. 

Sanders, N., Pease, B., and LaFrance, J.V. (2021) Making Medicine: Apsáalooke Conversations on Land, Water, Culture and Art. Spoke on a panel with Apsáalooke artists/scholars sponsored by the School for Advanced Research Indian Arts Research Center Speaker Series – Museums Pivot: Shifting Paradigms for Collaboration.

Wildcat, C. and LaFrance, J.V. (2021) Widening the Circle: Indigenous Voices Across Communities. Presented alongside an Indigenous activist in a speaking series sponsored by Echo Valley Hope Organization.

Charles, M., Weahkee, A., and LaFrance, J.V. (2020) Region 10 Tribal Environmental Leaders Youth Track. Spoke on a panel with Indigenous youth activists sponsored by the Region 10 Tribal Environmental Leaders group.

LaFrance, J.V. (2020) Bimmaaxpée: Bridging Traditional Understandings and Hydrologic Science to Protect the Little Bighorn River. Presentation given in the Intersections of Environment and Justice: From Our Bodies to the Earth webinar series sponsored by the UA Carson Scholars Program.

LaFrance, J.V. (2020) Contaminant Behavior in the Indige-FEWSS Nexus Addressing the Concentration-Discharge Relationship in the Little Bighorn River Watershed, Crow Reservation, Montana. Presented video at the 2020 University of Arizona ENViSion Symposium, online. 

Naranjo, P. and LaFrance, J.V. (2020) Indigenous Co-Innovation At the Nexus of Food, Energy, and Water System: Tribal College and University Partnerships in Co-InFEWS Virtual Workshop Panel. Co-moderated a panel with scientists from tribal colleges and universities sponsored by the University of Arizona and University of California - Berkeley.

Sanganoo, S., Ramirez, G., Govreau, C., Arias, D., Ibarra, L., Warton, A., LaFrance, J.V. (2020) Arts + Activism Panel for Youth. Spoke on a panel with artists and activisms sponsored by No Longer Empty and Youth vs Apocalypse.

For the GIDP "Indigenous Food, Energy & Water Systems" PhD Minor capstone course, the interdisciplinary student teams design food-energy-water integrated solutions for water quality and water access challenges faced by off-grid and remote communities. 

In Spring 2021, the IndigeFEWSS advisory board provided feedback about real-world feasibility of the designs. 

Water Solutions for Remote Communities - Dr. Byron Hempel describes the FEWS Challenges addressed by the CHEE 514 student design projects (April 2021)

Water Solutions for Remote Communities – Presentation by Kyle Boyer & Frances Willberg (April 2021)

Water Solutions for Remote Communities - Presentation by Arisbeth Nieblas, Ciara Lugo, & Sarah Abney (April 2021)

Water Solutions for Remote Communities – Presentation by Mitchell Miller & Maggie Tan (April 2021)