Lauren Bond-Kovsky, Canoe Program Instructor
Lauren has always been guided by nature. With nearly 20 years of outdoor education experience, she brings intimate knowledge of all that nature has to offer. Lauren is the founder of The Rivers’ Path and has led river trips in several states and also served as a canoeing instructor in Colorado.
Lauren is also a regular national speaker and an expert on Colorado’s rivers. Currently, she is exploring the effects of the great floods of 2013 on the rivers of northern Colorado.
Lauren holds an M.A. from Naropa University in Environmental Leadership, a B.A. from Bucknell University in Animal Behavior and Environmental Studies, and is a certified Ontological Coach from the Newfield Network. She lives in Boulder, Colorado with her two dogs. In her spare time, she is on a natural adventure that involves skiing, hiking, camping, backpacking, or of course, canoeing.
Check out The River’s Path blog for first-hand accounts of Lauren’s canoeing adventures.