M.Sc., Environmental Education, University of Strathclyde
B.S., Biology, Ithaca College
Jenn Savedge is a former writer for ThoughtCo, where she wrote ecology-related content for nearly two years. Jean began her career as a ranger with the US National Park Service (NPS) in 1993. During her more than nine years with the NPS, she traveled the United States working in some of the country's most beautiful spaces. Jean educates visitors of all ages about the historical, cultural, and natural significance of our nation's parklands.
In 2006, Jenn founded TheGreenParent.com to spread her knowledge about living a green lifestyle, to promote eco-friendly living, and to support of the National Park Service. She uses the website to house her blog and contributes articles to the Mother Nature Network. Jenn wrote three books to encourage parents, children, and teens to protect the environment. Jenn also lectures at festivals, conferences, and for school groups and businesses to educate listeners on methods to keep a green workspace, home, and school. She has expertise in working with nonprofit organizations and lobbying with government agencies.
Jenn Savedge received a Master Science (M.Sc.) in Environmental Education University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland in 1999. She also holds a Bachelor Science (B.S.) in Biology from Ithaca College.
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