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Woman at Work: Rae Ripple, Metal Artist

Woman at Work: Rae Ripple, Metal Artist

"Everything I create has a story. It’s a piece of me. It’s something I want to leave behind for people to walk up to, feel it ... and say, 'Man, I would have loved her.'"

Woman at Work: Wild Diversity Executive Director Mercy M'fon

Woman at Work: Wild Diversity Executive Director Mercy M'fon

 “My hope is to lead by example. I hope folks see how wonderful it is to be outdoors with their community, and want to join us.”

Women at Work: Timber Trailblazers

Women at Work: Timber Trailblazers

In honor of Forest Day on March 21 and the beginning of Spring, we spoke with two women at the forefront of sustainable forestry to reveal the benefits of the wood products industry,  mass timber building, and the growing opportunities for women in the timber industry.


Women at Work: Herbalist & Survival Skills Instructor Dr. Nicole Apelian

Women at Work: Herbalist & Survival Skills Instructor Dr. Nicole Apelian

“I could be home making herbal infusions, in the woods teaching people how to build survival shelters or in the Kalahari with the San Bushmen practicing skills.”

Woman at Work: Brenna Kelly, Southeast Conservation Corps Director

Woman at Work: Brenna Kelly, Southeast Conservation Corps Director

"...It can be lonely to not see your gender or identity reflected in the professional company you keep, but sticking it out through the tough and lonely times is worth it. Without more women being encouraged and supported to do this work, the needle of equity and inclusivity will never move forward."

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