On episode 27 of the Urban to Country Podcast, I sit down with Clark Tate of Forever Our Rivers Foundation. Clark bravely come up to me and asked if she could come on the show. I’m glad she did because we had a fantastic conversation.
Clark earned a Master's Degree in Environmental Science and Land Use Policy at the University of Virginia. She's toured the nation, moving from one mountain range to the next. She grew up in a farming community in Virginia's Blue Ridge, then headed to Colorado to check out the Rocky Mountains before rambled over to live amongst California's Sierra granite and Pacific surf. Along the way, she's worked as an adventure guide, restoration coordinator and ecologist, leadership development facilitator, writer and managing editor. Currently, she is a freelance writer/journalist and a consultant, helping old river friends and their startup foundation, Forever Our Rivers Foundation, find their flow.
This episode is a laid-back conversation and I hope you enjoy our conversation. I'm so excited to continue to share the amazing people and adventures that are shaping my life and I hope this podcast has a positive impact on yours. If you enjoyed this episode please rate, review, and subscribe to the podcast on your favorite platform.
2% for Conservation Bozeman Conservation Convention.