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Page Lambert, recipient of the 2009 Orlando Nonfiction Award and two Literary Fellowships from the Wyoming Arts Council, is the author of the memoir In Search of Kinship (Fulcrum Publishing) and the novel Shifting Stars (Forge/St. Martins, a Mountains and Plains Book Award finalist).

Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including The Christian Science Monitor; Parabola: Magazine of Myth and Tradition; Deep West; Homeland (winner Colorado Book Award for Best Anthology); Sojourns: Journal of the Peaks, Plateaus, and Canyons Association; Writing Down the River (winner Willa Cather Award); Ranching West of the 100th Meridian; Heart Shots: Women Write about Hunting; The Stories that Shape Us: Contemporary Women Write about the West, The Writer Magazine; Santa Fe Literary Review; The Denver Post; and elsewhere.

A Senior Associate with the Children and Nature Network; Creative Consultant for the Clear Creek Land Conservancy, board member for the Vore Buffalo Jump Foundation, and founding member of the Northeastern Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Page has been leading creative outdoor adventures for fourteen years, often working in partnership with organizations such as The Women’s Wilderness Institute, the Grand Canyon Field Institute, and the Aspen Writers’ Foundation.

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Each Tree Has Its Own Story

This silence in the timbers.

A woodpecker on one of the trees taps out its story.

Robert Haigh…


Posted on January 5, 2011 at 10:29am

Planting a Literary Garden

Plant the Seeds of Intention

The dog days of summer, when Sirius, the “dog star,” rises and sets with the sun, will soon be upon us. Hot sultry weather. Balmy nights. Screen doors and porch swings. Iced lemonade and fresh peach ice cream. The long sagas of our lives lived at a lazy pace.…


Posted on July 22, 2010 at 8:30am — 4 Comments

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At 1:00pm on September 8, 2010, Ariella Randle Rogge said…
sounds like an incredible trip! I'm loving the photos--beautiful! hope to see you in October up here--should be a tremendous weekend! Ariella
At 11:27am on September 7, 2010, Ariella Randle Rogge said…

As a fellow Coloradoan and Children in Nature Advocate, I hope you will check out the events we are hosting up here in Florissant this fall, specifically Stalking Education in the Wild ( and our No Child Left Inside Family Fun Day (
I have listed them under the "events" category here .

Additionally, let's put our heads together and see if there might be any other opportunities for partnership/outreach/information and event sharing between our blogs in the future!

Fondly, Ariella

Ariella Randle Rogge
Assistant Director/Program Director
Sanborn Western Camps
High Trails Ranch
PO Box 167
Florissant, CO 80816
At 4:03pm on September 17, 2009, Diane Genco said…
I'm thinking about that birthday trip.

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