Angela Cannon-Crothers is a naturalist, writer and educator. She was the 2011 Finalist for the AROHO Orlando Competition in Creative Non-fiction. In 2019 she was a recipient of the Rochester Regional Library Breakthru Grant for “A Sense of Place; Nature Journaling in the Time of Climate Change.” She has also been accepted to writing workshops at The Ghost Ranch with A Room Of Her Own Foundation, Orion at Breadloaf, The Wrangell Mountain Center in Alaska, and the Ann LaBastille Writing Retreat at Camp Sagamore.
She has published in numerous regional and national magazines, and literary journals, including Orion, Stone Canoe, The Common, Mountain Home, and elsewhere. She has previously published a novel, a creative herbal reader, and a children’s book. Her work as a cloud collector was included in A Mile In Her Boots, Women Who Work in the Wilds. A former instructor at Finger Lakes Community College for Environmental Science, Soil Science, and as a Writing Tutoring, she is now the Environmental Education Coordinator for the Rochester Museum and Science Center’s Cumming Nature Center in Naples, NY