Juliet Grable's work has appeared in many national and regional magazines, including Sierra, where she has been a contributing writer since 2021. Her work has also appeared in Audubon, Popular Science, Washington Post, The Revelator, Jefferson Public Radio, Oregon Humanities, Travel Oregon, Pro Builder, Earth Island Journal, and Redwoods Magazine,. She has authored four books and edited two projects for Ecotone Publishing, and in 2020-2021 she co-produced a short documentary with Synchronous Pictures.
Juliet writes about climate change, species conservation, environmental restoration, agriculture, the built environment, renewable energy, and rural communities. She also writes essays, profiles and travel stories, mostly covering Oregon and Northern California. Juliet has a background in ecology and photography and often provides the photos that accompany her stories. Earlier in her career, Juliet served as managing editor for Green Builder Magazine; she still writes for Confluence Communications on a range of technical topics for building professionals pursuing continuing education credits.
Juliet lives in a rural community in southern Oregon at the confluence of the Siskiyou and Cascade Mountains. She has served as a volunteer firefighter and EMT for the Greensprings Rural Fire District. On her off time, she loves to explore Oregon and northern California, paddling, skiing, or hiking with her husband Brint and pup Roca. She is an unabashed homebody and loves to bake, garden, and read. Her happy place is music-making with friends.