[Hooping.org columnist Lara Eastburn gets the hoop scoop on one cool hooping kid.]
This weekend, the town of Duncan in British Columbia, Canada, is sure to be abuzz about the newest hooping business in town. Little Miss Hula Hoop will be vending hoops at a local music festival and donating half her profits to help stop the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline, a pipeline that would travel through nearly 1,170km of pristine wilderness and First Nations homelands. Who’s behind this budding hoop business with an environmental cause? Little Miss Hula Hoop herself is perhaps the youngest hooping entrepreneur we’ve seen yet. Meet 10 year-old Trinity.