Rowan Moore Gerety

Reporter

Before coming to WLRN, Rowan worked as a reporter for Northwest Public Radio in Washington State, where he produced a documentary for Latino USA on the tense relationship between the Yakama Nation and the Mexican American community that has become a majority on tribal lands.

He has written for The AtlanticSlate, and Foreign Policy, among others, and produced radio for NPR, The World, and Marketplace.

Rowan studied anthropology at Columbia University, was a 2011-2012 Fulbright Scholar in Mozambique. Read more of his work at rowanmg.com.

Ways to Connect

The weed-whacker is a frequent companion to the sounds of chirping birds and rustling pines at Ross Frank's ranch in Chumstick, Wash. With forested land on all sides, he's clearing dense brush beneath a stand of by his house.

"So we're turning that around manually and mimicking what fire would have done naturally," he says.

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