Creating Inclusive Outdoor Spaces as a Female Park Ranger

Outdoor Women’s Alliance | 2018

Andrea Willingham is a former park ranger with the U.S. National Park Service. In this piece, she reflects on what it means to be a female park ranger in the NPS and the importance it holds for women in outdoor spaces. 

Tips for Becoming a Better Outdoorswoman

Camping for Women | 2017

Whether you grew up in an outdoorsy family, or are just now discovering the joys of outdoorsmanship, there’s a lot to know and a lot to learn about this wonderful world of exploration and adventure in the great outdoors.

Camping Solo

Camping for Women | 2017

I’m a pretty outdoorsy lady. My whole life, I’ve found both my deepest solace and greatest entertainment under the open sky or a canopy of leaves; in the maze of a forest, or the wide grandeur of mountains and ocean horizons.

Inspiration for the (Female) Adventurer’s Soul

Camping for Women | 2017

I confess: I’m a sucker for a good story with a strong heroine, and we’re not talking Scarlett O’Hara here. We’re talking that rare breed of female lead that somehow seems to elude most mainstream media, disproportionate to the number of male protagonists that dominate our literary landscape and cultural narratives.

The Return to Florida: How Alaska Brought Me Home

Outdoor Women’s Alliance | 2015

She left Florida for Alaska’s wilds. finding home in its lands. But gradually, she began to comprehend the diverse adventure that her native land held.

Science communication articles for a youth and family audience

Fish Tales

Oregon Family Magazine | 2020

The evolving mystery of Oregon’s giant salmon

The Science of Solstice

Oregon Family Magazine | 2019

Understanding the science of this special time of year.

Picture This!

Oregon Family Magazine | 2019

Dinosaurs and the evolution of flight.

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