• Native American, Chinook, Middle Village, Oregon, history, culture, story, interpretation, site, National Park Service, canoe, transportation,
    Marker describing MIddle Village at the mouth of Columbia River, once home to the Chinook tribe of Native Americans for thousands of years.

Do you need a writer who understands the language of nature?nature, environmental, writer, natural world, language of nature, stewardship, environment

       Janice writes powerful stories of people, places and purpose. She works with        individuals, groups and organizations to  build awareness and understanding for the natural world and inspire environmental stewardship.

Thoughtfully researched, clear and accurate content

Creates materials presented online and in print, including feature stories, fact sheets, brochures, interpretive writing, blogs, research, specialty publications and curriculum to engage your audience and meet organization goals for education and outreach.

 Personal experiences in nature’s outdoor classroom

Inspires individuals to become the next generation of environmental stewards. Observe. Listen. Study. Develop a sense of place in the wild or in your neighborhoodLearn how Janice’s techniques and strategies can help you develop a deeper relationship with the natural world.

~ Writing workshops, walks and weekend retreat for individuals and groups.

~ Visit Nature Detectives website to find out about after school programs, activities, walks,                                               and stories in the wild, for youth and families.

Contact Janice at (916) 965-5246 or by email at outdoorjan@att.net
Supporting  Save the American River Association. SARA