Zowie Caouette

Zowie-Caouette

Zowie Caouette

Courses Taught: Women of Glacier

Zowie is originally from New England, with her family hailing from Quebec. After graduating high school, she embarked on a 7 week long road trip visiting 25 states and 11 national parks. While she only spent 24 hours in Glacier, she fell in love with the park so much that it changed the course of her life. Returning to New England, she was now on the path to empower learners of all ages to become stewards of the natural world. She received a B.S. in Environmental Studies with a focus in Environmental Education at the University of Vermont. After working as an outdoor educator and Park Ranger for the Forest Service, she moved to Montana in 2021 to work for Glacier National Park as a Park Ranger in the Interpretation Department. She was interested in making Montana a year round home and found the perfect opportunity to do so with a year round position working as a Lead Educator with the Glacier Institute. She loves mentoring the Outdoor Education Specialists as she is able to instill a love for the environment for a larger audience. Zowie specializes in the small things: wildflowers and fungi, in addition to stories tied to the landscape. In her free time, Zowie can be found nature journaling, backpacking in remote areas of Glacier, and playing ice hockey as a goaltender for the Whitefish Adult Hockey Association.