Shared Navigation Interface

Shared Disclaimers Reference Maps Tools Projects Photos Flowers Conferences
Members Crosswords FolkSongs MySpace GoogleVideo Weather Morgue Headlines  Editorials Alerets Links Genesis Cowfree Odds&Ends
Public Domain Photos Morgue MultiMedia Morgue          

Kirsten Stade


Contact Information
Email: Contact via MySpace
Address: Oregon



Profession or Area of Expertise

Graduate student, writer, activist

Personal Statement

I graduated from Stanford University in 1995 with a bachelor's degree in Earth Systems, and went on immediately to an internship with the Park Service in southeast Utah. My passion for western wildlands and the life they support began in my college years, when I spent a summer living in an alcove beneath a rock outcropping in a canyon in southern Utah, and came to feel an incredible kinship with these fragile and beautiful ecosystems. My former work with Forest Guardians was motivated by my love for these ecosystems and by a fierce protectiveness for all the wild critters who suffer from the ranching industry and other destructive uses of our public lands.

"After looking at 34 published studies in 16 countries, researchers at Yale University found that countries with the highest rates of osteoporosis--including the United States, Sweden, and Finland--are those in which people consume the most meat, milk, and other animal foods. ...Another study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2000) looked at all aspects of diet and bone health and found that high consumption of fruits and vegetables positively affect bone health and that dairy consumption did not." From

By and About

Photo Gallery
(click a thumbnail for a larger view)

glam.JPG (185734 bytes)

Return to RangeNet Directory