JENNIFER DUFFIELD WHITE grew up in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, working in the family nursery business. She earned a B.A. from St. Lawrence University and an M.F.A. in creative writing from the University of Montana.
She spent a decade as a managing editor for a horticulture magazine, GrowerTalks, and founded an e-newsletter on sustainability, GreenTalks. Her work has appeared in publications such as Women’s Adventure, Adirondack Life, Yahoo! Travel, FloraCulture International, and The Nervous Breakdown. Her fiction and poetry can be found in publications such as Narrative Magazine, Witness, Terrain.org, Knee-Jerk Magazine, and two nature writing anthologies. In 2013, she was awarded a position as artist-in-residence at Glacier National Park.
She has called Vermont, Chicago, and the Adirondacks home, but she now lives in Montana, where she runs her own writing and communications business.
In her spare time, Jennifer pursues the Montana dream: running, biking, skiing, fishing, hiking, hunting, and gardening.