Credentials: Madison, WI
Pam is the Ice Age National Scenic Trail Manager for the National Park Service where, working with public and private partners, she oversees and carries out the federal requirements to plan, acquire, develop, interpret, and restore native ecosystems for this 1,200-mile trail that winds through 30 counties in the State of Wisconsin. She has also been involved in master planning efforts at the nine Ice Age National Scientific Reserve Units, and at various partner and non-profit sites. She serves as the Trail’s federal accessibility coordinator, and administers its grant programs. She also serves on the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Board. Pam received her Bachelors of Science in Horticulture from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1980 and Landscape Architecture in 1986.