This space is to spur discussion and connect you to stories on conservation, human-nature relations and culture diversity, while encouraging exploration and the advancement of knowledge.
When we listen to all actors involved in any environmental concern, we can begin to pull our resources together and find innovative ways to mitigate or even stop the issue. Which is why we need to think big, hone in on the details, and understand everything in-between. If we know better, we can do better.
I grew up in the Great Northwest of Washington State and graduated from Franklin University Switzerland with a degree in Environmental Studies and a certificate in Wildlife Management from Oregon State University (OSU). I am currently pursuing a Wildlife Science master's degree in the Fisheries and Wildlife department at OSU with an emphasis on Social Science research.
An active member of the Explorer's Club, the Wildlife Society, Society for Applied Anthropology, the Society for Conservation Biology, and the Society and Resource Management.
Volunteer for Pacific Northwest Explorer Club designing and writing the newsletter and explorers log.