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Summer Rayne Oakes

Founder, SugarDetox.Me; Co-founder, Le Souk | summerrayne.net

<a href="http://www.summerrayne.net" rel="nofollow">Summer Rayne Oakes</a> has taken an unlikely career path, having parlayed her background in environmental science and entomology with a successful career as a fashion model. Over the last five years she has co-authored the book, <em>Style, Naturally</em>, co-founded the award-winning materials marketplace <a href="http://www.source4style.com" rel="nofollow">Source4Style</a>, served as a correspondent on Discovery Networks, and has designed environmentally-preferable collections with Payless, Portico and Modo eyewear. Broadening out from what we wear to what we eat, Oakes has been helping the <a href="http://www.goodeggs.com/nyc" rel="nofollow">Good Eggs</a> team build grassroots level community engagement to help grow and sustain local food systems. Most recently she launched <a href="http://www.sugardetox.me" rel="nofollow">SugarDetox.Me</a> to help guide people through a 30-day sugar detox journey; and will be releasing a new monthly inspirational podcast series called <a href="http://www.summerrayne.net/podcast/" rel="nofollow">IDEA NOSH</a> in early 2015. Summer Rayne is a graduate of Cornell University with degrees in Environmental Science and Entomology and is a Udall environmental scholar, National Wildlife Federation Fellow and PERC Environmental Fellow. Follow along on <a href="http://instagram.com/srmanitou" rel="nofollow">Instagram</a>.
Sacred Headwaters Is Real Life Promised

Sacred Headwaters Is Real Life Promised Land

<a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/summer-rayne-oakes/sacred-headwaters-shell-bc-skeena-oil-gas-proimsed-land-fracking_b_2397268.html" target="_hplink"><img alt="2013-01-03-ScreenShot20130103at5.06.45PM.png" src="http://images.huffingtonpost.com/2013-01-03-ScreenShot20130103at5.06.45PM.png" width="300" height="53" /></a>It is hard to express the beauty of this great expanse of wilderness. Situated in some of the most magnificent mountains and valleys on the alpine-arctic border, the Sacred Headwaters has truly earned its name.
01/02/2013 04:09 EST