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DSCN1417I’m an environmental and science writer based in western Oregon. I’ve written on a variety of topics, including forest management, endangered species protection, agriculture, the local foods movement, endocrine-disrupting chemicals, and biomimicry.  Most of my writing currently focuses on agriculture and climate change.  I have a Ph.D. in biology and have worked in natural resource policy, environmental consulting, and plant conservation research. My writing has appeared in publications including The Oregonian, High Country News, The Huffington Post, and The Utne Reader. I am working on my first book. Bio>>

The latest from Carla:

4/22/14 Corvallis Gazette-Times Op-Ed
As I See It: We can act to improve climate change outlook

Burning to Zero, in Facing the Change: Personal Encounters with Global Warming, Torrey House Press, 2013.

Fall, 2012 Take Root Magazine
Bringing in the Honey

Fall, 2011 HJ Andrews Experimental Forest
Long-Term Ecological Reflections Contribution from Writers Residency
Looking for Solace in the Natural World

6/16/11 Ten Rivers Food Web
As climate change begins threatening the world’s food supply, going local makes more sense than ever

5/16/11 Writers on the Range
Me and my SUV

1/24/11 High Country News
Small poultry farmers grapple with lack of slaughterhouses

9/24/10 The Huffington Post
The Latest Threat to Industrial Agriculture: The Local Foods Movement?