B.S. Conservation Biology and Biodiversity/Geography, Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Vermont
Jonathan came to Teton Science Schools from the wonderful world of Leadville, Colorado, where he was the science teaching fellow at the High Mountain Institute. He taught natural science in the classroom and on 18-day expeditions in the Colorado backcountry and the Canyonlands in Utah. Prior to HMI, Jonathan led a weekly Natural History and Field Ecology lab at the University of Vermont, exploring everything from environmental folklore and storytelling, to how glacial history and geology can make for really good cheese. Jonathan grew up exploring the mysterious forests of Pennsylvania by foot or by bike, and loves playing music, drawing, drinking tea, exploring, sharing gratitude and doing lots of the stereotypical outdoorsy things that you would assume someone in Jackson does (e.g. skiing, mountain biking, running, hiking, etc.).