EarthWorks learning guides develop and deliver quality wilderness education programs. Learn about our guides in the profiles below.
A.A.S Social Behavioral Science (Monroe Community College)
B.S Psychology (SUNY Brockport)
Joseph continues to practice his lifelong dedication for appreciating the natural world by taking action in conservation efforts and teaching wilderness skills. Through his experience with NYS DEC, he puts his passion into practice by mentoring youth in wilderness survival and environmental education. He continues to inspire and encourage young people to develop hands-on wilderness skills and a deep appreciation for the natural world.
Lead Wilderness Guide
B.S Environmental Studies (University of Vermont)
Christina seeks to nurture a connection to her natural environment, which in turn plants the seed for lifelong environmental stewardship. Christina believes wild spaces offer refuge from our daily lives and hopes to cultivate confidence in youth to feel comfortable in the outdoors. Through her education and experience with The US Forest Service, she continues mentoring youth in nature awareness, wilderness navigation, fire building techniques and plant identification.
Crisis Intervention-Prevention Educator & Wilderness Guide
Regents Diploma: RCSD East High School
Keaton is an active member of the community, continuing to empower youth with his positive mindset and powerful resilience. Keaton co-founded Beat The Odds Clothing – a mission-driven retail company that encourages people to face and conquer adversity through self-motivation. Through his experience as an Intervention-Prevention Educator, he has developed strong bonds with students, and continues teaching youth valuable hands-on wilderness skills.
B.A English (SUNY Oswego)
Sara is an Earth advocate who continues to practice intimate and reciprocal relationships with the natural world. Sara strives to build her skill set in wilderness teaching, and offers expertise in Certified Elemental Hoop Dance. She claims a seat of leadership through instructing, and learning from, youth, which includes inner children present in adults.