Jack Greene, Board Member

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Jack has taught environmental science in many secondary and higher education institutions and has worked as a field biologist and Wilderness Ranger for the USFS and as a fishing guide and field biologist for the National Park Service, primarily in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. 

Jack is a political activist as he feels strongly it is necessary for a healthy democracy to have a well informed and active citizenry. He is a trained presenter for Al Gore’s “Inconvenient Truth” slide show, and helped launch the National Park Service “Climate Friendly Parks” program, and the National Audubon Societies’ “Global Warming” program. He has assisted with launching the Utah Green Schools program and Utah No Child Left Inside initiative.

He is currently working with the College Board as a Workshop Consultant where he trains high school teachers nationally for A.P. environmental science. Jack also serves as seasonal faculty with the Rocky Mountain Science & Sustainability Network out of Colorado State University and mentors student activists at USU and Logan High School.  He serves on several boards including Bridgerland Audubon, Western Boxelder CRM, and is the Cache Valley Citizens Climate Lobby cochair. He takes daily forays into the Naomi Wilderness from his home in Smithfield Canyon.