Betty Connor has enjoyed a lifetime of experiences outdoors. She lives in Washington state and has a wealth of experiences enjoying the many outdoor experience there. For 27 years she camped, kayaked, canoed, hiked, fished, snow-shoed, and skied in Alaska. As a biology and marine biology teacher, Betty has spent years learning about, teaching about and loving the outdoors. Currently she is an environmental citizen scientist with University of Washington COASST research program (since 2012). Betty has led Sierra Club trips in the North Cascade Mountains, Olympic Peninsula, Stehekin Valley, and San Juan Islands of Washington. She loves sharing her enthusiasm and knowledge of the great outdoors.