Kristin Lundstrom

Environmental Educator/Volunteer Coordinator with City of Boise Parks and Recreation


Kristin Lundstrom has been an Environmental Educator and Volunteer Coordinator at the Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center in Boise, Idaho since 2008. She has worked as an educator/naturalist, program coordinator, and manager in residential, school, nature, and museum-based environmental education programs in the northeast and west including the University of Rhode Island, San Francisco Unified School District, and the California Academy of Sciences. After working in the field of alternative transportation for rideshare programs and as a pedestrian & bicycle coordinator, she returned to her passion, environmental education landing at the FLC. Her bachelors and masters degrees are both the field of Environmental Studies (Environmental Education) from Sonoma State University and Antioch University New
England.

Kristin is a 2010 recipient of the American Trails State Trail Worker Award for the State of Idaho for the Story Trail project. She is in the process of wrapping up a collaborative place-based natural history book project with photos, student poetry, and art for the Story Trail.

 

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