Beginning her work in environmental education in 1986, Kathy has taught and designed outdoor learning experiences for students of all ages at centers throughout the United States. Kathy has written and published three environmental education curriculum guides focused on sustainable development and watershed topics. She, her husband John, and their three teenagers came to the Island from Jackson, WY, where Kathy coordinated the Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools, a residential environmental education and conference facility. In addition to being the education and communications manager for Bainbridge Island Arts & Humanities Council, Kathy devotes her time to her family, community work and writing.
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Articles & Blog Posts
Bainbridge In Bloom
(June 5, 2014) in The Garden