Keeping up with class 12        

  Introducing KELP Class 12

 

KELP is proud to announce the 16 new students accepted into the Class of 2012! They submitted applications, reference letters, and described their desire to learn about their roles in the Kansas environment. These students represent a variety of perspectives throughout the state of Kansas, such as the Kansas Farmer’s Union, Midwest Energy, and college students. We are excited to begin this year’s program and look forward to meeting our newest Kansas Environmental leaders!  

 
 
Congratulations!
Angela Anderson
Twin Lakes WRAPS
Tej Attili
Kickapoo Environmental Office
Cody Barilla
Reno County Extension Agent
Lauren Clary
Kansas Farmers Union
Patricia Haines-Lieber
Bureau of Environmental Field Services
Kansas Department of Health and Environment
Cindy Higgins
KDA: Water Structures/Div. of Water Resources
Hoyt Hillman
KS Master Naturalist, Wichita Storm Water Advisory Board member, Volunteer Coordinator
Sara Jones
USD-490, USD-375, Butler County, The City of El Dorado and Butler CC
Nicholas Levendofsky
Kansas Farmer's Union
Terry Lyons
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers
Bob Muirhead
Midwest Energy
Michelle Probasco
KDHE
Mark Shriwise
Ford County Planning & Zoning & Environmental Health Administration
 
Dr. Peter Tomlinson
 
Asst. Professor, Extension Specialist, Environmental Quality
 
Chloe Wilson
 
Cheney Lake Watershed, INC
 
Devin Wilson

Society of Wetlands Scientists (President-Central Chapter),  
 
Black & Veatch

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The KELP experience consists of five sessions between two and three days long. Each session is diversified with motivational speakers and hands-on field trips and environmental projects. The first session of the 2012 KELP class began February 8th. Our next sessions will be March 7-9, May 9-11, July 11-13, and October 24-25, with corresponding webinars in between each session. Congratulations to our new members beginning their KELP quest!