Daniel has always been fascinated by the past and how it shapes our lives today. The topics he explores and writes about tend towards examining those connections across time and space. He is especially interested in how our family and collective ancestries live on within us. And, of course, he is eternally inspired by the natural world.
Daniel is an educator as well. He has spent many seasons working with youth in the outdoors (in Montana, Washington state, and the Texas Hill Country) and five years in public Montessori classrooms. He has a BA from Washington University in St. Louis and an MA in History from Georgetown University. He is from San Antonio.
This summer was an extreme one for rainfall here in Texas — a National Weather Service meteorologist explains why.
Less than 1% of native prairie grass still exists in North America. But, there is a place in San Antonio where you can still experience such grasslands in their wild state — Hardberger Park.