Bonnie is a contributor writer in photographer Florian Schultz's The Wild Edge: Freedom to Roam the Pacific Coast (2015: Braided River), a "photographic campaign for conservation" of North America's Pacific coast.

Mount Pisgah's Moment: A 4,700 conservation area is cobbled together at the confluence of the Coast and Middle Forks of the Willamette River (Spring 2014).


Strong Words: Members of a family in Del Norte County, California, work to revitalize the Tolowa language (Autumn 2013).


Big Wave, Small World: A Japanese dock set adrift by the 2011 Tohoku tsunami and washed up on an Oregon beach is a reminder of the history and future the two regions share (Spring 2013). 

Bonnie Henderson

Recent Work

Rimrock Rockshelter, featured in "Sea Change," in the Winter 2015 issue of Oregon Quarterly.

Bonnie researches and writes interpretive panel text for national parks and wildlife refuges, including a series of panels for Seaton Roadhouse Wayside in Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge, southeast of Tok, Alaska.

Bonnie is a frequent contributor to Oregon Quarterly magazine. Some recent examples:

Sea Change: Oregon archaeologists are helping revise theories about how and when people first colonized North and South America (cover story, Winter 2015).

Bread 101: Five UO scientists offer their take on this most basic of foodstuffs (Spring 2015).