Meg was raised in the suburbs of New York City and is now settled in Strafford, Vermont with her husband, Cabot and their three children. She received her bachelor’s degree from the university of Vermont and completed teacher training at the Upper Valley Educators Institute. With Eliza, she co-founded the Forest Day program at the Ottauquechee School in 2013. She now supports teachers in cultivating nature-based routines by team-teaching, and leading professional learning communities. She is the co-author of A Forest Days Handbook: Program Design for School Days Outside. Meg serves on the Strafford school board. She loves spring ephemerals, cloud watching and snowflake shapes.