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Jules Stuber

Field Experience Coordinator

Jules serves as a Field Experience Coordinator at Ecology Project International, facilitating connections between teachers, students, and our field programs. Originally hailing from the coastal Martha's Vineyard, he traded the ocean for the mountains and now calls Missoula his home. Jules holds a degree in Community Development with a focus on environmental sciences from the University of Vermont.

His diverse background includes roles such as Course Instructor at Thompson Island Outward Bound, Development Coordinator for the food rescue nonprofit Lovin' Spoonfuls, Land Steward for Sheriff's Meadow Foundation, and Wildland Firefighter in Montana. Certified in Wilderness First Aid and CPR, Jules is also an A-level Sawyer.

Jules passionately believes in nurturing a positive connection between students and nature, viewing the youth as our environmental future. Thrilled to continue this mission with the skilled ecologists and program staff at EPI, he brings a wealth of experience to his role.

In his leisure, Jules enjoys exploring public lands with his dog and girlfriend, engaging in backcountry skiing, and fly fishing for wild trout in remote locations. An avid cook, he owns more cookbooks than books. Beyond work, Jules actively volunteers with fly fishing clubs and organizations dedicated to trail building and cleanup.

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