Kim is a 33-year veteran naturalist/historical interpreter at Metroparks. She is also an active Certified Interpretive Trainer with the National Association for Interpretation, and she has taught naturalist classes for 30 years at the University of Toledo and, more recently, Bowling Green State University. In 2015, she was the recipient of the National Association of County Park and Recreation Officials Professional Fellow Award and the Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist Outstanding Mentor Award. At Metroparks, Kim's primary duties are training staff and volunteers, leading programs and creating interpretive text and exhibits. In her spare time, Kim enjoys hiking, bicycling, camping, music and spending time with her family and beagle.
Latest From Kim High
Mid-winter is a terrific time to come out to Metroparks and enjoy some light-hearted wildlife programming complete with stories of both fact and fiction; some favorite, tasty groundhog snacks; and a stroll into typical groundhog habitat.
A beautiful native tree is in bloom in the understory at Wildwood and other Oak Openings Region Metroparks, and just in time for Halloween.