Chris has worked for Thurston County since 2006, but prior to that he founded the Nisqually River Education Project in 1990, and fostered this still successful watershed-based environmental science program for teachers and students throughout the entire Nisqually River Watershed. Previously, Chris was fortunate to be an interpretive naturalist at Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument and Mt. Rainier National Park. Chris’ wife is a fifth grade Science teacher who involves her students in water quality monitoring and his teenage son also does watershed studies and water quality monitoring at Timberline High School.
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