|Dorn to serve as director at Trees For Tomorrow|
Trees For Tomorrow has announced that Libby Dorn — an environmental educator with more than 25 years of experience — is the new executive director of the private, nonprofit natural resources specialty school in Eagle River.
“Dorn will focus her time and efforts on bringing Trees into its next 70 years by ensuring it is the name everyone thinks of when people think of natural resources education in the Midwest,” said Bill O’Brion, president of the Trees For Tomorrow Board of Directors.
Dorn will focus on leading the organization by partnering with companies, groups, and individuals who believe in the facility’s mission, according to O’Brion.
“Together, we can reach more, educating and connecting people with the outdoors,” he said. “Trees celebrates its 70th anniversary this year and Dorn will lead us into the next 70.”Dorn served as director of Fallen Timbers Environmental Center in Seymour
|Tuesday, January 21, 2014 2:58 PM|