Writer, Mother, Baker, and Composter
Sarah is the mother of two daughters who were born in Ohio. She was born in Oregon, raised on her family’s farm in Eastern Washington, then played basketball and majored in English with a minor in Japanese at the University of San Francisco (Go Dons!).
Her post college life was wander-full, from a year volunteering as a youth minister in Adderbury, England to volunteering at a youth homeless shelter in Seattle, to a biodynamic farm on Lopez Island where she met her husband (who is from Nebraska).
The two true companions moved to Ohio where Sarah farmed for Dominican Sisters, they both graduated from Ohio State University’s college of food, ag, and environmental sciences, had two daughters, and moved to Michigan where her husband teaches at Michigan State University.
Sarah makes sourdough bread and pizza along with many, many compost piles, likes to run into neighbors on a regular basis, only knits when the weather is cold, and has fallen in love with Michigan’s outdoor adventures–cross country skiing and paddle boarding. Maybe she will make her holiday gifts early this year, but probably not.
Connections Magazine Cover Article
College of Natural Science Newsletters
East Lansing Poetry Chapbook
University of Nebraska Alumni News
Copywriter, Michigan State Univeristy’s College of Natural Sciences
Owner and Baker, Sanctuary Pizza
Research Associate, Ohio State University
Get in touch
Sarah and her husband often dream about sailing the Great Lakes with friends, get in touch if you have a boat, want to talk compost, sourdough, poetry, or anything that brings you sadness and joy, frustration and hope.