Mary Emerick

Mary Emerick started a successful kayak ranger program in Southeast Alaska, where she lived for seven years. Prior to becoming a kayak ranger, Mary Emerick traveled around the country fighting wildfires, giving cave tours, planting trees, and conducting wilderness patrols.  She is the author of the novel The Geography of Water and Fire in the Heart: A Memoir of Friendship, Loss and Wildfire. She currently is a wilderness and recreation specialist with the US Forest Service in Northeast Oregon, and continues to kayak whenever she can.

Books by this Author

The Last Layer of the Ocean

There are five layers of the ocean, though most of us will only ever see one. The deepest layer is the midnight zone, where the...

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