I'm a writer, oral historian, and National Geographic Early Career Explorer based in Kamloops, British Columbia. I completed my MLitt Environmental History at the University of St Andrews in Scotland.
I (mostly) write about the environment and its entanglement with history, culture, and business. My features have been published in The Atlantic, the Guardian, the Oxford American, Aeon, The Walrus, Roads & Kingdoms, Hazlitt, and elsewhere.
I am particularly interested in oral history research projects about the social and cultural experiences of natural resource extraction. I recently conducted oral history and mapping interviews about land use with the Tk'emlúps te Secwe̓pemc First Nation.
I teach a combination of journalism, narrative non-fiction, and media literacy classes. Be in touch (lyndsiebourgon [at] gmail [dot] com) if you'd like to see a copy of my teaching portfolio.
I also keep an updated reading list, if you're interested.