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Nick Clarke, High Divide Project Coordinator

Nick ClarkeAs someone who has been passionate about protecting wild places his entire life, Nick has long been inspired by Y2Y’s mission and is very excited to join the Y2Y team.

He is a graduate of Colorado State University where he earned a B.S. in Natural Resources Management and graduated from the University of Montana with his M.S. in Environmental Studies and Graduate Certificate of Natural Resource Conflict Resolution.

His conservation ethic has been shaped by incredible experiences in wild places around the world including several trips to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and Africa. His varied experiences include serving as an environmental science educator at Colorado State University’s Environmental Learning Center, working with local communities to best manage their natural resources in Namibia, and assisting Trout Unlimited’s efforts to lessen the impacts of energy development on public lands.

Nick currently serves on the board of two community conservation organizations working to further environmental protections and is involved in wilderness protection efforts both locally and nationally. Over the last several years he has been with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Park’s Lands Unit working to advance land conservation.

Nick lives in Helena, Montana with his lovely wife, Kaelyn, and dog Millie. He enjoys exploring wild places, floating rivers, photography, and traveling.