I am a biologist turned outdoor educator from the small town of Princeton, British Columbia. After finishing my Bachelor’s degree in Biology I worked at a Butterfly Garden in Costa Rica which sparked my passion for outdoor education. From there I have moved through the field of outdoor education doing a wide variety of things including: interpretive naturalism, research projects, rock climbing instruction, hiking guiding, outdoor leadership training, and cross country ski instructing.
I am currently a teacher candidate at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and intend to teach upper level biology and outdoor education. It’s been a great journey so far and this blog catalogs some of the thoughts, adventures, and research I’ve done along the way.
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