May 2020: Join me for a virtual Nature Writing workshop, created as part of my job with the Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin: March 2020: Check out my latest piece for Civil Eats – In the Upper Midwest, Cracking the Code for Farmland Access
For a long time now, I’ve had a personal theory that the world needs advice on what to bake, when, according to romantic relationship stage. Lately, I’ve been using Facebook to explore this idea and–I hope–build a community of fellow bakers who date, and daters who bake. Check it out! Pie-Worthy on Facebook. And feel … More Introducing … Pie-Worthy
Happy Memorial Day weekend (almost)! This is the weekend I used to spend driving west to check in for my summer job at Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone. In honor of all the summer travel days ahead, I thought I’d share a few words from my Yellowstone manuscript. What is it about Yellowstone? Friends and … More What is it about Yellowstone?
Here’s something I originally posted in 2013 and updated for a reading last year. I decided to share the revision after a recent conversation with a friend about dating. She asked, “How has the process gone so…awry?” They meet us at happy hour—colleague of a friend. They make eye contact on the metro the day the homeless guy vomits. So gross! I’m Trev. They … More They Meet us at Happy Hour
I learned…about traveling, and the city. That it’s always better if I wear a dress when I fly. That parallel parking should be done in a spirit of boldness. The magic words for when some airport guy tells me I can’t get on the plane I need to get on, or I’m not sure which … More 29 Things I learned in my 20s
Happy NFC Championship Day! Today I have an op-ed in the Wisconsin State Journal, Why the Packers Win. It’s about reconciling my distaste for the NFL with my love of the Green Bay Packers. Here’s an excerpt: For this die-hard Green Bay Packers fan, there’s no time like the eve of the NFC Championship Game to start questioning … More Why the Packers Win