• Cottonwood kiln, kiln, Gold Rush, Cottonwood Creek, Owens Valley, Mono County, Mono Lake, miners, trees, forest, mountain, Sierra Nevada
    Cottonwood Charcoal Kilns in Inyo County stand as a reminder of the impact of the Gold Rush on forests, rivers and landscapes. Learn more about the Sierra Nevada Region at www.sierranevadageotourism.org

Inform ~ Engage ~ Inspire

Janice Kelley inspires active participation and stewardship of the world outside and builds meaningful connections to the stories of people and places.

 Contact Janice to discover how she can assist you share your stories, engage your audience          and address key concerns in person, print, photographs or online media. Select the links on headings below to preview her portfolio.

 

Identify your unique stories

Share the characteristics of your community, people, place or organization through feature stories,                   informational brochures, interpretive media products, blogs, photography or video.

Engage your audience

Develop community outreach programs, marketing strategies & promotion from concept through                   implementation and evaluation. Special expertise as grant writer and conducting youth, adult & family           public programs.

Address key concerns

Research, write and edit special reports, fact sheets and other forms of communication that can increase audience understanding of key environmental challenges, and economic and cultural impacts ~ and inspire positive action.