I am very excited to share that I have been selected to be an artist in residence at the Ars Bioarctica Residency Programme at the Kilpisjärvi Biological Station in Gilbbesjávri, Sápmi from 16-30 June 2020. The programme, co-hosted by the University of Helsinki and the Bioart Society, offers residencies to artists working at the intersections of … Continue reading CR2020: The Art of Running in Arctic Finland
Boethius, Consolation of Philosophy, Book I; part 7 The light becomes the afternoon, and we are still snugly swaddled in the chrysaline furze of late September's gloaming-fall—the month always ever perched at the end of one thing and the start of something else, dappled first in flecks of stil de grain and draped in ever … Continue reading Emergent
I'm super stoked to be featured in the new story, "Running in the Age of Climate Change" by Rhiannon Russell in the November/December issue of Candian Running Magazine. The article (not yet on Canadian Running's website, but shown below) highlights the ways that a number of runners engage climate change on a range of levels. … Continue reading “Running In the Age of Climate Change” — Article
I am super excited to share that as part of the 2018 Vermont Climate Run, I am fundraising to support three exemplary organizations who continue to lead the way in terms of stewardship, conservation, recreation, and education in our state: The Green Mountain Club The NorthWoods Stewardship Center The Catamount Trail Association Staff, interns, members, … Continue reading Help support stewardship & build resilience in Vermont!
I'm always humbled by the support that I'm offered at nearly every turn, and by the many people, groups, and organizations that have helped to shape Climate Run from a dream to a reality over the past 4 years. As training for the 2018 Climate Run Vermont 500 Resilience Ride & Run ramps up each week, … Continue reading Welcoming new sponsors, partners, and friends!
When the Paris Climate Accord was first made public in late 2015, I wrote that some of my greatest hopes for the agreement were not necessarily in the non-binding limits to greenhouse gasses, but in the language describing the role of people -- social systems, communities, traditional knowledge, and indigenous cultures. You can read these … Continue reading We’ll Always Have Paris
I am super excited to share with everyone that the American Alpine Club has awarded me a Live Your Dream grant for the 2017 Arctic Trail Run. The goals of the grant, which is supported by The North Face and other regional organizations, are to empower athletes "to dream big, to grow, and to inspire others." … Continue reading Live Your Dream
I'm super excited to announce that Climate Run: Arctic Trail gear is now available in the Atayne Climate Run store! Not only do proceeds from the sales go directly to support the record attempt at the 500-mile Arctic Trail in August, and not only are the shirts made from 100% recycled polyester by the … Continue reading New Shirts and Swag from Atayne!
I am honored to have been featured by several news organizations this week. Articles about Climate Run were printed in today's editions of The Times Argus Newspaper and the Caledonian Record. Earlier this week, Vermont Biz, VT Digger, and USA Running all posted articles about the 2017 Arctic Trail Run. In the Caledonian Record, I was … Continue reading In all things
I'm so proud that Climate Run is featured by the good folks over at Running USA. Go check it out!