The 2020 James Hubbard Intern for Policy and Communications is here! Please join us in welcoming Tyler Hoguet to the NASF team.
Tyler is a student at Michigan State University majoring in political science and minoring in fisheries and wildlife, history, and public policy. He is the published author of an academic paper (on funding for Midwestern state parks) and is looking forward to working (virtually) with NASF and its members this summer.
To best provide state foresters with relevant information on forest policy and news, Tyler plans to dive right into NASF’s natural resources policy and communications work. Among his top goals for the summer is to gain a better understanding of how policy is determined at the federal level.
Born and raised in the St. Louis area, Tyler developed a passion for the outdoors at a very young age spending his weekends in the forests and streams of Illinois and Missouri. After graduation, Tyler hopes to turn his love for the outdoors into a lifelong career in natural resource and environmental policy.
Want to say “welcome” to our newest intern? You can reach Tyler by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.