Field Guides are our front-line staff, responsible for ensuring a safe and therapeutic milieu on a day-to-day basis with our students. They hold current certifications in wilderness medicine, CPR, and de-escalation training. They come to us with significant experience in outdoor leadership & youth mentorship or clinical settings, enthusiastic about living alongside our students as they navigate new perspectives and insight.

Agate Gamble (they/them)

Certified Field Guide

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Emma Hadley (they/them)

Certified Field Guide

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Burket Kniveton (he/him)

Clinical Field Intern

Burket’s own coming of age story is rooted in the foothills, high alpine ridges, and rivers of California’s majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains. His educational journey took him to Prescott College where he completed an undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies and Adventure Education at the southern edge of the Colorado Plateau. Burket spent time leading whitewater rafting expeditions on many wild rivers and The Grand Canyon before spending half a decade as a Wilderness River Ranger with the U.S. Forest Service. He has worked as a staff at a therapeutic boarding school, the director of a juvenile justice diversion program, a mental health specialist at a middle school, and as a counseling intern at The Abbie Shelter- a domestic violence and crisis intervention program in the Flathead. Burket’s interest in the human condition led him to pursue a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. His own journey towards personal awareness is intertwined with rich experiences in wild landscapes. This integration informs his approach to counseling and supporting others as they journey towards becoming themselves.

Kari Mowbray (she/her)

Clinical Field Intern

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Jackson Parker (he/him)

Field Guide Intern

Jackson was born and raised in MIssoula, MT, but discovered his passion for the outdoors while attending Bard College in the Hudson Valley, as well as his life-long interests in mindfulness and comedy. After returning back to Montana, he began attending residencies and retreats at a Zen Monastery in Oregon, and working summers in the backcountry of The Great Burn. He graduated last spring with a degree in Creative Writing from the University of Montana, and continues to write poetry and pursue other creative and healing pursuits such as improv, herbalism, woodworking, basket weaving, and Aikido. He is excited for the opportunity to bring his skill set and enthusiasm for land-based and relational approaches of healing to Inner Roads, and learn from the participants and other staff members. You can find him most days hiking local trails, immersed in a DIY project in his backyard, or sitting at his desk or on his cushion, enjoying his breathing. 

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