LINDSAY CARRON (b. 1989, Racine, Wisconsin) is an environmental activist and artist who creates place-based works that reflect humankind’s relationship to wild lands. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Pepperdine University and illustrated a series of children’s books. Her work has been exhibited internationally in Alaska, California and New York, as well as in Kenyan and South and Central America. Carron has been an artist in residence with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and has collaborated in activism with the Apex Protection Project, Bioneers, the California Wolf Center, the Center for Biological Diversity, the Creative Visions Foundation and the Whale Museum of San Juan Island.