Emma received a B.S. in Natural Resources in 2012. She fought wildland fires out west and taught English in China before returning to New England, where she enjoys kayaking, gardening and foraging for wild mushrooms. She has been teaching outdoor education both formally and informally for almost ten years and is looking forward to developing a dynamic schedule of educational events and workshops for the community of Androscoggin and Sagadahoc Counties.
Tre (pronounced "Tree"!) is a native New Englander who has lived in CT, RI, MA, and now Maine. She wonders what took her so long to get to this amazing state that she now calls home. Tre has a BS degree in Nutrition from the University of CT and a Master of Public Health degree with a focus on community health education and environmental public health. She has worked as a Medical Technologist in hospital and research settings and has also taken on numerous entrepreneurial ventures where she has acquired many useful administrative skills. She is a University of RI certified Master Gardener who enjoys working with medicinal herbs, hiking, kayaking, vermicomposting with her favorite red wigglers, biking, camping, and hanging out with her grandchildren.