A New Part of the World
The big move is behind and I’ve resettled into a small passive-solar home on the flanks of Mt. Joseph in Oregon’s Wallowa Valley. After a handful of years spent floating down river, studying, and frolicking in a variety of beautiful locales, I’ve settled into a job as the Program Coordinator for Fishtrap, Inc. Learn more at www.fishtrap.org, or swing by if you’re in this part of the world.
John Day River Anthropology Project Complete
After panicked work and two freezing trips down stretches of the John Day River I have finally completed a short publication for the final of my Anthropology Class- Native Right and Native Sites- Indigenous Land Use
Hopefully you can click here and see the project.
Tracing the Deschutes on The Collective- Feb. 4 2008
Photos and text from my project in the spring of 2007 tracing the Deschutes River in central Oregon just got published on the Nau website. Nau is a progressive, environmentally focused apparel company based out of Portland. Unfortunately Nau had financial troubles, and after a brief dissapearance, they are back as Nau 2.0, and my submission is still here.
You can also view the PDF publication that I produced for the Upper Deschutes Watershed Council and Oregon Trout, here