All purpose wordsmith, storyteller, and project manager with 8+ years experience in cause marketing—some of the fun stuff is below.
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 2018
A flood-prone neighborhood in New Orleans becomes a proving ground for climate resilience.
The strange voyage of the ghost fleet
That awkward moment you realize you ordered too many boats.
eNews: Do you know your way around the night sky?
Monthly donor eNewsletter
HR 3650 infographic
Assignment: engage the audience on obscure forestry legislation ... without taking a side.
eNews: Ancient traditions resurface from a freshwater spring
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?
Land&People magazine: spring/summer 2017
The onetime industrial towns of the Chattahoochee River Valley hope to put their river to work again.
Wine-country conservation: bold start, sweet finish?
I freely admit i now write for the blog only when the "research" involves going mountain biking.
Land&People magazine: fall/winter 2016
After more than half a century, the Kashia Band of the Pomo Indians returns to the California coast.
Land and Water Conservation Fund
LWCF: Four letters you should know
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.
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.