While we know that many NOLSies do amazing work in the outdoors, here we're going to take an opportunity to name just a few NOLSies who are working hard in sustainability and conservation
NOLSies At Work in Sustainability & Conservation
Miho Aida, Environmental Media Artist, Outdoor Adventurer, & Educator
Miho Aida earned the 2018 NOLS Alumni Achievement Award and is an award-winning documentary filmmaker for her work The Sacred
Place Where Life Begins: Gwich'in Women Speak.
Randy Aton, City Council Member
Elected to the Springdale city council in 2018 (population 600), Randy’s sole agenda is to keep the town a vibrant, pleasant place to live. Randy is a a rock climber, river rafter, power plant-based civil engineer, and a former NOLS instructor.
Lucas St. Clair, Conservationist in Maine
Lucas and his wife Yemaya met on a NOLS Semester in Patagonia in 1998. Later, they turned their environmental ethic to protecting an area of the North Woods in Maine.
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