I'm an all-purpose wordsmith and process nerd with a national conservation nonprofit. I work everything from strategic communications to content marketing products: some of those appear below.
Land&People magazine: spring/summer 2018
A flood-prone neighborhood in New Orleans becomes a proving ground for climate resilience.
The Trust for Public Land: tpl.org/blog
Stories, ideas, and inspiration from the parks, gardens, and trails that make your community special.
Land&People magazine: fall/winter 2017
Advocates have worked for years to ensure that we can all see ourselves in the outdoors. Will progress be threatened by attacks on public lands?
It's official: California voters just passed one of the most ambitious park and conservation ballot measures in state history.
Land&People magazine: spring/summer 2017
The onetime industrial towns of the Chattahoochee River Valley hope to put their river to work again.
Land and Water Conservation Fund
LWCF: Four letters you should know
Land&People magazine: fall/winter 2016
After more than half a century, the Kashia Band of the Pomo Indians returns to the California coast.
The strange voyage of the ghost fleet
That awkward moment you realize you ordered too many boats.
This wilderness-loving president was 'bully' for city parks, too
Conveniently enough, my personal infatuation with the 26th president is also on-mission.
Survive and thrive
Begged the developer for a parallax version of a magazine feature. Hey, whatever it takes.
Wine-country conservation: bold start, sweet finish?
I freely admit i now write for the blog only when the "research" involves going mountain biking.
In the mountains of Montana, a window to the past
An old-timey preservation story.
Park hotspots' real-life creatures have superpowers, too
If you can't beat them, very gently admonish them with animal GIFs.
'Firewatch' gets gamers in the wild
How an enviro writes a story about a video game.
The right to roam—from Sweden to the states
Best Facebook comment: "Another new word. Fantastic unless applied to cell phones."