Glacierland Resource Conservation and Development Council is represented by Kirsten Jurcek (she/her).
Kirsten Jurcek has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. She has broad experience in environmental sciences, regenerative agricultural production and public education. Kirsten worked as a hydrologist; then was the sole proprietor of an organic feed mill; and currently manages her family’s farm and is a Resource Conservationist for Glacierland RC&D. She raised her family on their rotational grazing farm and loves spending time outdoors with her family and enjoying wonderful food together. In her conservation work, Kirsten has vast on-farm conservation planning and educational outreach experience. She serves on the boards of GrassWorks, The Rock River Coalition and the Food Animal Concern Trust.
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Glacierland Resource Conservation and Development Council is a participating Navigator organization in Protecting the Great Lakes Through a Farm Navigator Network project.