Cherrie Corey

Unido: 18.sep.2016 Última actividad: 21.feb.2020

Long-time naturalist, environmental educator, and photographer -- I love all things wild. Early on in my career, I served as the first education director/New England Wild Flower Society, an early board member of Mass. Environmental Ed. Society (MEES), and was director of the Harvard Museums of Cultural and Natural History. A resident of Concord, MA for forty years, I've spent the last ten years focussing my work on the natural history legacy of Concord, MA and seasonally documented its wild and conserved landscapes, flora, and fauna, creating an extensive photographic archive and written record. I served as an ongoing interpretive resource for the Great Meadows NWR, local land trusts, and the town. In July, 2017, I moved to our family homestead in Marlboro, VT where my natural history studies first took flight and look forward to continuing work in both places.

My website - http://www.senseofplace-concord.com

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