Saving the Pygmy Nuthatch

By Kristi Dranginis of Bird Mentor (and who will be teaching at Summit Sisters!) Just last week I happened to notice a solitary Pygmy Nuthatch at my bird feeder. Okay, a Pygmy Nuthatch at my feeder in and of itself is not unusual, but the fact that it was alone is what stood out as […]

A Story of Queer Nature-Connection

I am who I am today in part because of programs like the ones run by Women’s Wilderness. Queer Nature, the program I co-facilitate at WW, which teaches survival skills and natural crafts to the LGBTQ+ community, would also probably not exist if it hadn’t been for my initiation into nature-connection at a pivotal age. […]

Alumna at Large: Robin Brodsky on Cycling Solo Through South America

Robin Brodsky is a rock climber, backcountry skier and mountaineer from Durango, Colorado.  She is also a Women’s Wilderness alumna! Currently, she is on an epic eight-month-long journey through South America.  Along the way, she writes a blog called Free Wheeling Fem which you can find here. During a break from cycling, she sat down […]
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