Conservation Policy Writing.

This is a small sample of my published writing on conservation policy.  If you have questions about anything here, or are interested in my services as a writer, contact me.

Conservation/Recreation Policy Writing

Title/Link Publication Format Summary
On the Trail at…National Landscape Conservation System (page 1, page 2) Running Times Article Great hiking destinations in the newly designated National Landscape Conservation System
Western Trails Magazine Western Trails Magazine Publication A publication I created for my former employer, about hiking on BLM lands in the west.
BLM’s Conservation System strives toward permanence and recognition American Trails Magazine Article Advocating for the conservation of the newly designated National Landscape Conservation System
Why Invest In Maine’s Trails? (page1, page 2) The Exception Article Advocating increased funding of Maine trails to alleviate obesity.
Can government shut down access to public lands? Trailspace.com Article An analysis of potential effects of Government shutdown on access to public lands.
Historic Easement Reached on Continental Divide Trail American Hiker Magazine (a publication of American Hiking Society) Article A background on the grating of an easement to the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail in Wyoming.
Congress Passes Legislation to Benefit Hikers American Hiker Magazine (a publication of American Hiking Society) Article A summary of the historic public lands bill I helped to pass.
National Voice for Hikers American Hiker Magazine (a publication of American Hiking Society) Article A summary of policy activities I participated in at American Hiking Society
The National Landscape Conservation System: One Step Closer to Permanent Protection American Hiker Magazine (a publication of American Hiking Society) Article A progress report on legislative efforts to protect 26 million acres of incredible western lands.
Increasing Understanding Through Trails American Hiker Magazine (a publication of American Hiking Society) Article A quick study of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, the controversy it generated in rural Utah and how hiking trails are helping the locals love it.
Shutdown Averted: National parks, public lands remain open Trailspace.com Article Last-minute update on an averted fiscal crisis.
Can government shut down access to public lands? Trailspace.com Article An introduction to how the Federal Budget affects public lands.

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