Since 2011, The Green Gazette print and digital magazine has been providing thoughtful articles on topics including green business, communities, sustainability, arts & culture, green technology, health & wellness, the environment, social equity, and country living. The Green Gazette covers a diversity of local, regional, and global perspectives with the goal to inspire and help create a more caring and sustainable world.
Located in the Cariboo Region of British Columbia. In print: Over 10,000 readers in the Cariboo-Chilcotin including Williams Lake, 100 Mile House, Quesnel, Bella Coola, Horsefly, Likely, Lac La Hache, Prince George, and in locations along the Fraser Canyon, in Northwest BC, and beyond.
Meet Our Team
Lisa has lived in wild, beautiful places as long as she can remember. Growing up in Northwest BC surrounded by tidal pools, coastal rainforests, and a sense of community shaped her passion and commitment in caring for the world. Lisa has over 25 years of field work experience in forestry, fisheries, bird, and plant research. She holds certificates in Professional Publication Writing and Magazine Publishing and lives in the Cariboo Region. Lisa juggles her passion for writing, photography, and research with time spent exploring wild places. Nature is her most inspiring teacher.
Jessica is a freelance writer and editor based on beautiful Vancouver Island. She oversees the editorial direction of several small press run magazines in Western Canada and writes when and wherever she can about the environment, travel, construction, and design. She holds a BA in writing and anthropology from Vancouver Island University and has been working in publishing for 16 years. When she’s not hidden among piles of paper in her home office, Jessica can be found paying homage to Mother Earth on a cross-country bike ride, trail run, or camping trip with her family.
Stacey is a graphic designer, photographer, and an avid outdoor enthusiast. She was born and raised in the Okanagan Valley, but her passion for wildlife and the outdoors has recently brought her to the Cariboo. When she’s not designing, she spends most of her days in nature and riding her horses.
A resident of Central BC since 1971, Jill escapes every year to a lodge to be a camp host and cook – but not quite off-grid. A freelance graphic designer with over 30 years experience in advertising design and layout, she works from wherever she is, and enjoys the beauty of the backwoods from a kayak and just relaxing on the deck after guests leave.
LeRae Haynes is a freelance writer, song writer, and instigator of lots of music with people of all ages in the community of Williams Lake. She fearlessly owns 10 ukuleles, clinging to the belief that you’re not a hoarder if you play them all.
Dr. David Suzuki is a scientist, broadcaster, author, and co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation. He is Professor Emeritus at UBC and holds 27 honorary degrees from universities around the world. He is the host of the CBC T.V. program The Nature of Things.
Terri Smith is an artist, educator, gardener, burlesque performer and sometimes reluctant writer living in Quesnel, BC. She teaches workshops on gardening and needle felting and can be found on Facebook at: Road’s End Vegetable Company, or: Something Magical.
Ryan Elizabeth Cope is a Kelowna, BC-based advocate for healthy oceans and healthful living. She blogs at Seven In the Ocean (sevenintheocean.com/) where she shares sustainability success stories focused on plastic reduction and everyday earth heroes.
Sage moved to the Cariboo-Chilcotin in 1973. He spends his time freelancing, authoring books, and with Caterina, hanging out with their dog and cat, gardening, and being part of the rich cultural life that is the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast.
Oliver Berger has a 39-year degree in life, enjoying school from birth to the present in the Cariboo area. Constantly venturing around this Earth on a quest to learn new skills, Oliver’s priorities include dedication to and education about the management of society’s leftovers.
Guy is author of Journey to the Future: A Better World is Possible, a novel set in the year 2030. He lives on Vancouver Island. His website is: www.thepracticalutopian.ca.