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Trolling for Siblings - The Sunnier Side of Digging into Family Secrets - Kate Troll

August 20, 2023 Kate Troll Season 2023 Episode 820
Trolling for Siblings - The Sunnier Side of Digging into Family Secrets - Kate Troll
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Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Forum Podcasts
Trolling for Siblings - The Sunnier Side of Digging into Family Secrets - Kate Troll
Aug 20, 2023 Season 2023 Episode 820
Kate Troll

Kate Troll is an author, op-ed columnist, wilderness adventurer, and speaker on conservation and climate issues. She has over 22 years of experience in fisheries, coastal management, and climate and energy policy. She is the former Executive Director of United Fishermen of Alaska and Alaska Conservation Voters. She has been elected to local office twice. Her opinion pieces have been published in the Washington Post, the L.A. Times, and the Nation. She was a regular columnist for Alaska's only statewide paper for three years. In 2017, Kate published a creative nonfiction book that combined wilderness adventure stories with lessons and insights about sustainability and climate change. Her book, The Great Unconformity, Reflections on Hope in an Imperiled World, led to her being invited as faculty at the Chuckanut Writers Conference in Bellingham, Washington.

Slides - https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/ynb77pmbma2mkza2d7fas/All-in-Due-Time.pdf?rlkey=202y7j62ma8n8lvtd920k0i71&dl=0

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Kate Troll is an author, op-ed columnist, wilderness adventurer, and speaker on conservation and climate issues. She has over 22 years of experience in fisheries, coastal management, and climate and energy policy. She is the former Executive Director of United Fishermen of Alaska and Alaska Conservation Voters. She has been elected to local office twice. Her opinion pieces have been published in the Washington Post, the L.A. Times, and the Nation. She was a regular columnist for Alaska's only statewide paper for three years. In 2017, Kate published a creative nonfiction book that combined wilderness adventure stories with lessons and insights about sustainability and climate change. Her book, The Great Unconformity, Reflections on Hope in an Imperiled World, led to her being invited as faculty at the Chuckanut Writers Conference in Bellingham, Washington.

Slides - https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/ynb77pmbma2mkza2d7fas/All-in-Due-Time.pdf?rlkey=202y7j62ma8n8lvtd920k0i71&dl=0