Rachel Fritts is a science writer and environmental journalist who writes about public lands, natural resource use, conservation, climate change, and the Earth sciences. She is a regular contributor to the Earth and space sciences publication Eos and her journalism has appeared in outlets such as the Guardian, Science Magazine, Science News, High Country News, InsideClimate News, MIT Technology Review, Ars Technica, Mongabay, Hakai, and Ensia. She has also written scripts about evolution for the PBS Digital Studios natural history channel Eons.
Rachel is currently an editorial intern at Audubon magazine. She has a background in the biological and environmental sciences, and holds a master’s degree in science writing from MIT. She is a member of the National Association of Science Writers (NASW) and the Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ).
Rachel is currently based in the Washington, D.C. area. You can follow her on Twitter here.