From Treetop Vistas to VISTA Volunteer

Published Originally in the winter 2009 issue of Berea College Magazine

By LeAnna Kaiser, ’12

As a child, Megan Naseman, ’07, was a voracious tree climber, searching out high branches around her house. Her passion for trees was so strong that her parents imposed a height rule. She could only climb trees that she could both get up and down. But when her mother spied Megan stacking chairs on a wagon to reach a high limb, they realized her passion to explore nature was instinctive. As an adult, Megan has focused this passion on fighting environmental injustices. Continue reading From Treetop Vistas to VISTA Volunteer