Amy Vaughan-Roland, Traditional-Skill Educator and Monarch Butterfly Preservationist – Biographies – MOTHER EARTH NEWS

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Amy Vaughan-Roland, Traditional-Skill Educator and Monarch Butterfly Preservationist

Occupation: Homesteader and Educator

Residence:  White Hall, Maryland

Background: After 13 years in the classroom as a special education teacher, Amy has returned to her family farm to live her homesteading truths full time. Amy operates The Annetta G. Wright Learning Lab, a learning space for diverse learners promoting courses in the lost arts and hands-on learning.

Married for 7 years to her husband, the handsome homestead engineer, the two enjoy raising their beautiful daughters, Bluebird and Butterfly, in the woods and wild of their Maryland homestead. Amy is an avid canner, gardener, thrifting expert and monarch butterfly enthusiast.

Current Projects: Raising monarch butterflies, developing raised-bed gardens, reducing grocery budgets.

Connect with Amy on The Annetta G. Wright Learning Lab on Facebook and on Instagram @agwlearninglab.