"Bethann, welcome to Writers in Canada. We're happy to have you with us! Do drop in to our Introductions thread and share a bit about yourself and your work. Care to share where you're from and where you are now? What brings you to us?…"
"Thanks for the welcome!
If you are interested, you can see my work on my personal site, fruit.root.leaf. (http://fruitrootleaf.com), or at the Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph, where I am a writer and photographer (www.qctonline.com).
Best wishes, Bethann"
"Hi Deb, Thanks for the welcome! I signed up for the Farm, Ranch & Rural group, despite living in Quebec City at the moment. I grew up in rural Montana, and that is still where my heart is. I have been writing a bit about rural Quebec, since we…"
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I am originally from a small town in Montana - I grew up in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains only a few hours south of the U.S./Alberta border. My university degree is in sustainable food and agriculture, accompanied by extensive training in the arts and natural history. I have blended these elements through years of managing and working for cultural, educational and sustainable living nonprofit organizations. Today, my work and volunteer projects emphasize effective communication for individual and nonprofit projects.
I currently coordinate programs at an English-language literacy resource center, and work as a writer and photographer for the Quebec Chronicle Telegraph.
I also founded, and am the lead writer for a lifestyle blog with an emphasis on food and ecology - fruit.root.leaf. I read nonfiction about food, science and history voraciously, and thoroughly enjoy thrift store shopping. I also illustrate books and science education materials, edit food and science articles for popular and peer-reviewed publications, and photograph the minutia and grandeur of the world around us. My artwork, photography, and writing have been published and exhibited in various venues in the United States. When I am not working, you can likely find me in my garden, deep in a cookbook, or out exploring the local woods and wildlands with either sketchbook or camera in hand.
Connect with me online! My site, blog, or Twitter handle are:
Bethann, welcome to Writers in Canada. We're happy to have you with us! Do drop in to our Introductions thread and share a bit about yourself and your work. Care to share where you're from and where you are now? What brings you to us? Links to your work and other well-meant self-promotion efforts are always encouraged as are friends. Invite another writer to join us, will you? /djw
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