The outdoors have been an important part of my life since I can remember. Growing up in Choteau, Montana, my family passed down a love for hiking, hunting, fishing, and solitude. The opportunity to experience nature in its purest form is a gift I will always cherish. It is also a gift worth working together to pass along to generations of Montanans and Idahoans to come.
Here in Lincoln County, I have been lucky enough to meet a community that knows the value of wild places. I’m looking forward to diving into my role as Lincoln County Outreach Coordinator. It is an honor to join the staff, volunteers, and partners dedicated to saving the wild Scotchmans.
Before taking my current position, I led wilderness trips for at-risk youth in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. I have also coordinated hands on conservation projects across Montana and Idaho. I’m excited to blend these past experiences to further the Friends’ education, outreach, and stewardship goals.
I encourage you to stop by the office at 108 E 4th St. #205 in Libby to say hello, learn more about the Friends, or share your Scotchmans story. I’m also excited to meet everyone at the 5th Annual Kootenai Harvest Festival on September 14th in Riverfront Park.
Office Hours: Monday: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM