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Anne Laker

Anne Laker

From 2016 to 2019, Anne Laker served as director of communications & administration at the Indiana Forest Alliance, where she managed IFA’s brand and messaging, inspiring Hoosiers to engage in the movement to preserve Indiana’s forests. Before joining IFA, she earned a B.A. in Humanities from Loyola University Chicago and an M.A. in English from IUPUI and worked for the nonprofit cultural sector as a project manager and writer. She hosts a movie review radio show on the Indianapolis station WQRT 99.1. She enjoys canoeing, hiking, and stargazing. Anne says: “We have so much to learn from nature's inherent engineering and all its poetry.”

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Guest Column: Protecting Indiana Forests, the Bad News and the Good

Since 2012, the Indiana Division of Forestry has increased logging of state forests by 400 percent, says Anne Laker of the Indiana Forest Alliance. In this guest column, Laker talks about the dangers facing our publicly owned forests and an Indiana Senate bill that could protect them. She also previews the upcoming Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Bloomington. Click here to read the full story

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