Published or forthcoming in Outside Magazine, Out There Podcast, Bitterroot Magazine, Montana Woman Magazine, NRS Duct Taped Diaries and more.
Former Senior Editor, Camas Magazine.
Former Editorial Intern, Orion Magazine.
At work on a book about healing, walking and what can come from slowing down.
Facilitator / Program Development, Freeflow Institute
Instructor, Wild Rockies Field Institute
Former Instructor at Clark Fork School, Girls Using Their Strength, and Watershed Education Network
Pacific Crest Trail | ~2,650 miles | 2016
Bellingham, WA to Missoula, MT | ~1,200 miles | 2010
Camino de Santiago: Le Puy En Velay, France to Cape Finisterre, Spain | ~1,250 miles | 2007
M.S. Environmental Writing | University of Montana | 2020
B.A. Sustainable Agriculture and Education | Western Washington University | 2011
Pastry Certificate | Bellingham Technical College
Permaculture Design Certificate | 2009
“Seasonal Guides Are Speaking Up About the Stresses of the Job.” Outside Magazine. Online. December, 2021.
“The Stories We Carry.” Out There Podcast. Podcast. March, 2021.
“Out of the Wilderness: Guides are Teaming Up to Prevent Suicide.” Bitterroot Magazine. Online. October, 2020.
Finalist: NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Contest. Online. July, 2020.
“Kira Bassingthwaighte, Cider Maker.” Montana Woman Magazine. Print, pg. 62 – 69. March, 2020.
“Crossings.” Camas Magazine. Print. Winter Issue, 2019.
“Living in a Mountain Town Takes Creativity and an Entrepreneurial Spirit.” Bitterroot Magazine. Online. August, 2019.
“Breaking Barriers in the Outdoors, Instagram Followers Required.” Bitterroot Magazine. Online. May, 2019.
“Lessons from the Salmon River.” NRS Duct Tape Diaries. Online. March, 2019.
“Another Pair of Hands.” Camas Magazine Blog. Online. February 2018.
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