Avatar Name Organization Title Address City State
Liza Wolfgang TTSD teacher, 5th grade PO Box 2266 Lake Oswego OR
Jenna Sanford Jackson Soil & Water Cconservation District Natural Resource Technician 89 Alder St Central Point OR
Erika Coyer Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council Education Coordinator PO Box 27 Lowell OR
Laura Perry DOI-NPS-Redwood NP Lead Ed Tech PO Box 7 Orick CA
Nicki Dardinger Audubon Society of Portland Education Director 5151 NW Cornell Rd Portland OR
Sarah Stapleton University of Oregon Assistant Professor 330 Crest Dr Eugene OR
Linda Hilligoss Southern Oregon University Faculty 534 Ann St. Ashland OR
Emily Anderson Oregon State University Extension, 4-H Youth Development 996 Jefferson St. Eugene OR
Wendy Wick Dorothy Fox Elementary Ms. 513 E 16th St. #18 Vancouver WA
Paige Jones Northwest Youth Corps Interpretation and Education Intern 3183 Yasek Loop Toledo OR
Bessie Joyce 2410 Emerald St Eugene OR
Eric Dean P.O. Box 5751 Charleston OR
Kora Mousseaux Jackson SWCD 89 Alder St Central Point OR
Clint Nichols Jackson SWCD 89 Alder St Central Point OR
Kelly Noack OSU Extension Service, Marion County 4-H Educator 1320 Capitol St NE Suite 110 Salem OR
Angela Matthews OMSI 39472 HWY 218 Fossil OR
Janet Ohara OMSI 39472 HWY 218 Fossil OR
Lauren Rigsby OMSI 3400 SW Abalone St South Beach OR
Anne Armstrong OMSI 3400 SW Abalone St South Beach OR
Marielle Cowdin Lewis & Clark Law School - Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law Program Student 10015 SW Terwilliger Blvd., MSC 51 Portland OR
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