The Cleanest Line
Hannah Dewey

Hannah Dewey

Hannah Dewey is actively involved with Methow Headwaters Campaign as the Outreach Coordinator and Community Organizer. She is one of the local faces representing the campaign, and spends her time reaching out to ranchers, farmers, business owners and nonprofit organizations. After graduating from the University of Washington with a degree in environmental science and resource management, she moved to the Methow Valley, fell in love with its wild spaces and now works full-time to keep this place protected using both hard science and powerful visual storytelling tools. She is thrilled to help shape the story of why this place she calls home is simply “too special to mine.”


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The Place You Call Home

Feb 22, 2017 February 22, 2017

I never understood the power of love for the place you call home until the sage-sloped trails, sweet-smelling ponderosa forests and rocky rivers my husband and I visit daily were targeted for mineral extraction by a Canadian mining company. These are the places we frequent to re-connect with each other… Read More