Tatalu Conservation Residency and Site Assistant
Laura came to A Rocha in 2020 as an intern with involvement in environmental education, agriculture and, food and hospitality. She has been drawn to the holistic approach of creation care and faith lived out at A Rocha. After experiencing, first-hand, the potential of the internship program to inspire hope while seeking the restoration of all things, she couldn’t leave. She delights in living with and journeying alongside interns as they figure out how to relate well with the land, each other, and God. When she is not working with the internship program, she can be found exploring the woods or lost in the arts of painting, writing, and baking pies.