Kenai Peninsula Fish Habitat Partnership Coordinator
Branden grew up on the northern great plains in North Dakota near the geographical center of North America (basically, as far away from any coastline one can get on the continent). Having grown up surrounded by grass and beef (and very few trees), Branden feels honored and privileged to have the opportunity through our work at KWF to develop such a deep connection with the amazing and unique salmon landscapes and societies that make the Kenai Peninsula and greater Alaska such special places.
Run for the River Coordinator
(907) 260-5449 ext. 1203 email@example.com
Rhonda is a crafty lady – crochet, cross stitch, quilting – but also enjoys reading and loves her three miniature dachshunds.
Invasive Species Specialist
(907) 260-5449 X1208 firstname.lastname@example.org
Adopt A Stream Coordinator
Summer Camp Director
(907) 260-5449 X1210 email@example.com
When not at work, Meg can be found hiking with her pup Indie, floating the river, baking copious amounts of sourdough, digging in the garden, or finding literally any excuse to be in the sunshine!
Stream Watch Coordinator
(907) 398-4304 firstname.lastname@example.org
When he isn’t at work, you will find Galen backcountry skiing, trail running, fishing, or cooking.
Water Quality Coordinator
(907) 232-0280 email@example.com
If Ben could meet any famous person from history it would be the caveman or cavewoman who drew the world’s oldest known picture of a salmon, 25,000 years ago on the ceiling of the “Abri du Poisson” cave in France.
University of North Carolina
Invasive Species Technician
University of Georgia-Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
2021 Summer Intern – Hydrology
Michigan State University
2021 Summer Intern – Stream Watch