INHF welcomes new northeast Iowa staffer

By Samantha Jones on April 26, 2018 in Blog

Logan Wood INHFLogan Wood joined the INHF staff in March as the Blufflands Field Assistant to help INHF’s protection and stewardship activities in northeast Iowa.

“We’re excited for Logan to help further our land stewardship objectives and help INHF complete its mission of protecting and restoring land, water and wildlife,” Blufflands Associate Jered Bourquin says. “Particularly, we hope to utilize Logan’s skills in prescribed fire and invasive species control.”

Logan is a native of Waukon, Iowa and his family still farms in Allamakee County. He graduated from Upper Iowa University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science degree. Prior to working for INHF, he worked for a local seeding company doing various natural resource restoration activities.

“I’m excited to learn and see how we can give back to nature,” Logan said. “The goal is to have this land around for future generations, and I’m excited to be a part of the small steps in restoration and bringing everything together.”