Caitlin Purdome - Public Lands Communications Fellow

Originally from Chicago, Caitlin spent the last four years on the East Coast studying Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Yale. After she graduated in May 2017, she spent the summer in Kentucky developing and implementing self-guided tours for a botanical garden. Coming to Sitka as a Sitka Winter Fellow, Caitlin is excited to strengthen the partnership between SCS and the Forest Service and get the word out about the incredible resources our public lands have to offer. She's honored to have the opportunity to highlight all of the great work that is being done by so many communities to maintain the health of the Tongass. During her year in Sitka, Caitlin hopes to learn how to live in harmony with her natural surroundings and encourage others to do the same. She's excited to get outside and explore the mountains, streams, coves, and forests in and around Sitka.


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