NWLT welcomes Frank Schroyer as its new Land Conservation Associate to support the stewardship and monitoring of conservation lands, as well as educational and outings programs.
Frank lived in several different areas of Wisconsin growing up, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin –Milwaukee in 2017 with a B.S. in Biological Sciences and B.S. in Conservation and Environmental Sciences.
Prior to coming to NWLT, he worked most recently as a Watershed Technician for the Ottawa Conservation District in Michigan, and prior to that as Conservation Assistant for the Michigan Natural Features Inventory, Ecological Field Technician with Battelle’s National Ecological Observatory Network, and Natural Areas Technician for the Milwaukee County Parks System.
Frank now lives in Conover, where he will spend his free time enjoying his favorite activities, birding, fishing, and canoeing.
“I believe that by preserving land and implementing conservation in the Northwoods we can directly contribute to solving some of the major environmental problems we face today while simultaneously leaving behind a legacy for future generations,” said Frank.