Angela enjoys writing about practical green living ideas and strategies, and has worked with school groups and Scout troops on educational projects and presentations in these areas. Her specialized experience and professional work in this area reaches beyond indoor strategies for conserving resources and heavily emphasizes preservation of wildlife and habitat.
She has worked professionally with preserving wildlife particularly where the needs of people and animals compete, but also with educating the public about mitigating risks to grizzly bears and other large wildlife through food rewards.
Good stewardship in one's yard, campsite, and community includes considering the needs of large mammals in more rural areas, but also includes wildlife and birds of all sizes in urban settings as well. She urges individuals and home owners to be aware of the simple things they can do to these ends, and to be especially aware of things they can do to reduce risks to bats from swimming pools, chemicals, and pets, as bats are currently in particular need of help.
She loves to educate individuals and communities about the benefits of species that are traditionally not favored in close proximity and provide realistic, practical, and safe strategies for sharing habitats and mitigating risks. Many of the risks to wildlife globally can be addressed through consumer choices, in addition to individual practices at home.