LEP National Coordinator
Carson was born and raised in rural, eastern South Dakota. While growing
up, he was fortunate enough to have lots of time and space to explore
the outdoor world. His
curiosity about nature and ecological systems continues to influence
what he does today. Carson has a degree from The Evergreen State College
in Olympia, Washington, and has studied abroad in remote parts of Southeast
Asia, strengthening his interest in people’s relationship to the land
that sustains them. Before joining the Aldo Leopold Foundation, Carson was employed as a cavern naturalist
and organic vegetable farmer. He likes to climb, hike, camp, garden, and run. As part of the Leopold Foundation's education team, Carson's work includes advancing Green Fire and spending 50 percent of his time
with middle school students doing projects based in environmental education as part of the
organization’s partnership with the Wisconsin Green Schools Network. He will serve as the primary contact for the Leopold
Contact Carson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608.355.0279, ext. 26.
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LEP State Coordinators
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
Univ. of Central AR - Biology Dept.
Associate Professor - Environmental Management
U of A Cooperative Extension
Little Rock, AR
Coordinator of Interpretive Programs
Santa Clara County Open Space Authority
San Jose, CA
(408) 224-7476 x16
Dr. Teresa M. Higgins
Assistant Professor of Biological & Elementary Science Education
School of Biological Sciences
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO 80639
Office: (970) 351-2617
Connecticut & New England region
Land for Learning Institute
PO Box 208
Jonesboro, Il 62952
Rum Village Park
2626 South Gertrude St.
South Bend, IN 46614
Missouri State University
Montana State University-Department of Education – Educational Leadership
US Forest Service
Beth Folta, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Informal Biology Education
SUNY- College of Environmental Science and Forestry
356 Illick Hall
Michael Jabot, Ph.D.
Professor, Science Education
Director, Institute for Research in Science Teaching
State University of New York at Fredonia
21 Houghton Hall
Fredonia, NY 14063
(716) 320-0189 (Google Voice)
Area Specialized Extension Agent, Community Development and Natural Resources
Haywood County Coop Ext.
(828) 456-3575, email@example.com
Center for Human-Earth Restoration
1411 W. 93 St. North
Sperry, OK 74073
home (918) 288-6562
cell (918) 261-4341
Nancy H. Thompson
WILD in SC
412 Baldwin Drive
Sumter, SC 29150
Discovery Center & Aquarium
Medicine Bow, WY