Elizabeth Kenneday, an Emeritá Professor of Art at the California State University in Long Beach, has been the recipient of a Fulbright Scholar Fellowship at the University of Iceland, is an artist and author. Her activities in environmental education through art have led to numerous lectures at international conferences in Europe and North America, and her writings on the subject have appeared in several publications and anthologies. Her artworks have been exhibited internationally and widely collected, and she has been the recipient of many awards. Her book Regarding Mono Lake: Novelty and Delight at an Inland Sea was released in 2014, and her artist’s book, Drought Landscapes, is currently on exhibit at the Bridge Gallery’s Creation Care: Water exhibition in Denver, Colorado. Currently, she divides her time between Reno, Nevada, and June Lake, California, where she conducts photography workshops for the Mono Lake Committee and other groups.