Lyn Baldwin

Lyn Baldwin is an award-winning teacher and plant conservation biologist who uses art and science to help mitigate society’s extinction of experience with the botanical world. From her home in the sagebrush steppe and coniferous forest of the South Thompson Valley, Lyn teaches botany at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC. For more than two decades, she has worked to cultivate care between the people and plants of place by sharing the stories she discovers, in her illustrated field journal; in art galleries and science museums; and in the pages of publications such as The Goose, Camas, Hamilton Arts and Letters, The Fourth River, Terrain, and The Journal of Natural History Education and Experience.

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