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Carrie Madren

Specializes in: Northern Virginia, Environment, Sustainability, Local Food, Sustainable Agriculture, Science, Faith, Travel, Universities Copywriting, Brochure Design, Marketing Material Design

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Work has previously appeared: American Forests, Scientific American, The Washington Post, Parks & Recreation, The Ecologist, Bay Journal, Bay Weekly, E Magazine, Mother Nature Network

Carrie Madren is an award-winning freelance journalist with more than eight years of professional experience. She freelances for a variety of national and regional publications, bringing a fresh perspective and exceptional writing to stories. Setting herself apart from the competition, Carrie never misses a deadline, always delivers well-crafted copy, and is easy to work with. Two feature stories won first place awards from the Maryland, Delaware, D.C. Press Association.

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