Ashley Hebert

Ashley joined PRNSA in April 2024 and has resided in West Marin since 2020. She has loved these lush lands and salty waters her whole life, first sinking her toes into Tomales Bay at the ripe age of two. Growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area the redwood forest became her first teacher, sparking a curiosity that led her to study environmental education, natural history, and agroecology at UC Santa Cruz graduating with a B.A in Environmental Studies. She brings 15 years of experience creating opportunities for youth and adults to be immersed in the natural world. Her work as a wilderness guide, educator, facilitator, and medic is rooted in reconnecting people with the land, building inclusive communities, and nurturing spaces to be with wonder and mystery. Before joining PRNSA, Ashley worked for many small businesses and community members in West Marin, weaving a web of relationships sourced in reciprocity, collaboration, and care. She is a deep listener, storycatcher, and advocate for healing and equity.