Martha L. Henderson, PhD is a geographer interested in social aspects of environmental conditions and transformation of Earth by humans over time. She is currently the Director of the Master of Environmental Study. Her primary research and teaching interests are in ethnic identities as revealed in cultural landscapes. Her teaching areas and research interests include Greek landscapes of wild land fire, Native American reservation landscapes, and Western American public lands and landscapes. She has been on the faculty at Evergreen since 1995. Her work has been published in geography and political ecology journals, edited volumes including a co-edited book Geographical Identities with Kate Berry, and reports and newsletters. Martha is a 2004 Fulbright Research Scholar, member of the 1997 National Endowment for the Humaities Seminar on nature and nature, and member of the International Seminar and Research Program, Department of Geography, University of California Santa Barbara, 2004-2007. She is currently Vice President and President elect of The Association of Pacific Coast Geographers.