Geraldine Warner has been Editor of Good Fruit Grower since 1992. As well as writing articles for the print magazine and Web site, she manages the editorial team and is responsible for planning and preparing editorial content.
Geraldine grew up in Yorkshire, England. She studied journalism at Richmond College, Sheffield, and at the University of Missouri-Columbia under a Rotary International Scholarship. She has worked for UNESCO’s educational journal Prospects in Paris, France, as well as for newspapers and magazines in England and the United States.
She is a graduate of the leadership program of the Washington Agriculture and Forestry Education Foundation. She received the Washington State Horticultural Association’s Women’s Leadership Through Service Award in 1996 and the association’s Silver Apple Award in 2002.
Geraldine lives in Wenatchee with her husband, Tracy, who is editorial page editor for The Wenatchee World. They have one daughter.
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My Featured Articles
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