Carmen Taylor

A recent transplant to Salt Lake City, Carmen Taylor is often caught watching what the wind does to the water’s surface instead of where she’s walking, marveling at the physical world with the reckless curiosity of a small child. Carmen has written about a rainforest expert in Utah’s high desert, planting turnips in November, and other counterintuitive activities. In her free time, she can be found wandering the Wasatch Range on foot or riding her trusty bicycle. Her writing has also appeared in Bay Nature, Rootstalk, KIVA, and CITE magazine.


Local Harvest

What’s Local?

As Eat Local Week nears, we ask three Salt Lake City “local food” activists: What’s “local”? Eat Local Week’s mission is simple: challenge yourself to eat more locally for a whole …