Rene Ebersole is an independent journalist who specializes in narrative articles and investigative pieces about science, the environment, and health. She contributes to many national publications, including National Geographic, Outside, Popular Science, Prevention, Modern Farmer, and Audubon. She lives in New York’s scenic Hudson Valley. In her journalistic pursuits she has traveled to such far-flung places as the heart of Australia’s Outback, the top of British Columbia’s Mount Garibaldi, and Israel’s scenic Hula Valley. As the former staff Features Editor at Audubon, she oversaw scores of articles on a wide range of topics, from deeply reported investigative environmental pieces, engaging profiles, and stories about conservation and science to articles on travel, photography, and food. Her book, “Gorilla Mountain,” a children’s biography of gorilla biologist Amy Vedder was co-published by Joseph Henry Press and Scholastic. She is a professor at NYU’s distinguished Masters program in Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting, of which she is a graduate, and guest lectures at other universities.


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