2019 Stewardship Crew

Crew Leader

Brian Kohr
Brian is a graduate of Keene State College in New Hampshire who has done several years of work in Idaho recently. He has worked as a fisheries technician and has been an aquatic monitoring crew leader there. Brian also worked for AmeriCorps for three years and has spent time employed by the Joshua Tree National Park and has volunteered for the Olympic National Park.

 Crew Members

Josie Bourne
Josie grew up in Lebanon, New Hampshire. After spending last year abroad in Costa Rica, she is back in the States this year at school in Middlebury, Vermont, studying spanish and environmental studies there. She is passionate about sustainable food systems, outdoor recreation, and languages. In her free time, she loves to hike, ski, play ultimate frisbee, and read. This upcoming season she is looking forward to getting back into trail work, getting to know everyone, and getting dirty!


Jackson Happ
Jackson is from Great Barrington Massachusetts and attends Plymouth State University. His passions include snowboarding, hiking, cooking, paddling, and traveling. This summer he is looking forward to traveling and  working with willing volunteers on projects that mean something. He is excited to travel the highways of the wilderness in a waterway Winnebago with likeminded people.



Laszlo Reed
Laszlo is a rising senior at Warren Wilson College where he studies Outdoor Leadership and Education. While at school he works as a forest technician on Warren Wilson’s forestry crew and for the past few summers he has lead groups of kids and teenagers through the forests and rivers of the midwest. Laszlo is an avid lover of music in most every form that it comes in. When he’s not off in the woods somewhere he plays guitar in one of his school’s old-time/folk bands and frequents the local contra dances. His favorite pastimes include climbing, skiing, and crafting.