Assistant Director, Schmeeckle Reserve
Jim graduated with a Master's degree in Environmental Education/Interpretation from UW-Stevens Point. He became the first Assistant Director of Schmeeckle Reserve in 2002. Jim served as a volunteer naturalist at Kohler-Andrae State Park for many years, and was an outdoor educator at the Outdoor Skills and Education Center in Plymouth. He developed the Interpretive Technology Lab in Schmeeckle Reserve and helps teach environmental interpretation courses at UW-Stevens Point.