The Tennessee Conservationist Magazine has been in continuous publication since 1937. It has always been known for fine photography and exceptional coverage of the people, places, events and other stories relative to the many facets of Conservation in Tennessee. My guest, Heather Lose, brings a diverse background of experience in media, graphic arts and publication to her position as Editor in Chief. She also brings a familial calling to the out of doors and the land, her late father being the esteemed Landscape Architect David Lose. We discuss the changes she has initiated in the technical publication of the printed product and her aspirations for the future of the magazine .
Photo Credit: Andrea Behrends