Without love of the land, conservation lacks meaning or purpose, for only in a deep and inherent feeling for the land can there be dedication in preserving it.
Sigurd. F. Olson
Conservation & Nature Photographer
Jill Beim is a conservation photographer based in Silver Bay, Minnesota, who has been capturing images of wildlife and landscapes for 10 years. She uses her photography to raise awareness about environmental issues and inspire others to take action to protect our planet’s resources. Jill is also actively involved in conservation efforts, having volunteered at the Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge and participated in a 5-year study identifying critical habitat for Rusty Blackbirds. Her passion for engaging children with nature has led her to lead a project to create a Nature Play Area in Tettegouche State Park. Overall, Jill’s conservation photography and volunteer work reflect her deep commitment to using storytelling to inspire action and promote environmental stewardship.