Christine is a writer and artist living in Warren County where she and her architect husband hand-built their house and raised their two sons. She has authored four crime novels and a non-fiction narrative about her work as a hospice volunteer. For the past two decades, Christine has been active in the cause of land preservation and is a founding director of the Scenic 340 Project, Inc., an environmental advocacy group in Warren and Page Counties. She and her husband Fred Andreae along with committed neighbors have succeeded in permanently protecting 1,700 acres for a wildlife corridor connecting the Shenandoah National Park to the George Washington National Forest. In 2015, she and Fred were honored with a “Forest Champion Exemplary Stewardship Award” from the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and the U.S. Forest Service.
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