KATIE C. S. HOLSINGER
Katie is a naturalist, artist, and writer who calls Greater Yellowstone home. She is passionate about wildlife conservation and human wellbeing. Katie is the founder and director of the Yellowstone Arts and Conservation Project, an interdisciplinary initiative promoting conservation, collaboration, and the arts in the Greater Yellowstone region. Through the project, Katie has brought to life the book, The Artists Field Guide to Greater Yellowstone.
Katie is a Wyss Conservation Scholar, receiving her Masters of Environmental Management (2016) at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Her work focuses on Western lands and wildlife management and human-wildlife coexistence. Katie is the Yale Sustainable Food Program's "Seed to Salad" Program Director and she co-teaches the Yale courses "American West" and "Yellowstone and Global Change." In addition, she serves as the Senior Arts Editor of the school’s leading environmental publication, Sage Magazine. Katie was based in Jackson, WY during the summer of 2015 as the visiting Wyss American West Conservation Scholar at the Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative.
She is married to her best friend and adventure partner, Jordan, and together they have a dog, Juneau, and five bikes.