Martha spent most of her childhood in Wisconsin ice skating in the winter and swimming in Lake Michigan in the summer. She eventually landed in Florida where she enjoyed going to the beaches and riding her motorcycle. Her soul was hungry for wild places and cooler weather, so she headed west to Oregon and became a volunteer with Cascadia Wildlands and a Master Gardener. When she’s not being an office nerd running reports and researching, you can find her hiking in the forest, bird watching and stomping around in the garden talking to plants! Email Martha
Kaley is a native West coaster, born in California but grew up in Rhode Island. While spending her summers in California and rural Oregon, it was in La Pine at her grandparents’ RV park, fishing in Oregon lakes, and weeks spent at camp where she developed her love for Oregon. This carried her to the University of Oregon where first she received a B.A. before continuing her studies in Multimedia Management, Museum Studies, and Non-Profits to earn a M.S. in Arts Management. Kaley loves using good design and thoughtful marketing in order to create effective communications that educate the community and help build connections. When not enjoying the outdoors, you can find her sewing and creating art, dancing, and juggling. She loves telling jokes and is always up to hear a new one. Email Kaley
Dylan grew up in the Siskiyou Mountains of Southern Oregon before moving to the Willamette Valley for college. He has been organizing in the environmental movement for most of his adult life, fighting against the construction of fossil fuel infrastructure and the industrial timber practices leveling the forests of Cascadia. Dylan has worked on campaigns at both the local and national level in a variety of different capacities, with a focus on grassroots organizing and communications. Before joining the staff of Cascadia Wildlands, Dylan was a key member of our WildCAT volunteers. When he isn’t working you can find him playing music or hunting for mushrooms on public lands with Finn the dog. Email Dylan
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