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Idaho

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Lou Lunte

Associate State Director

Lou has 25 years of experience with the Idaho Chapter, including positions as preserve manager, land steward, field representative and director of conservation programs. In his current position as associate state director, Lou works with Conservancy staff as well as public and private partners to conserve critical landscapes throughout Idaho. He enjoys working for the Conservancy because of the organization's non-confrontational, collaborative approach to finding common sense solutions to preserving Idaho’s special places and diverse wildlife.

Lou has a bachelor’s degree in microbiology from the University of Idaho. He currently lives in Boise with his wife and two daughters. Lou and his family enjoy camping, hiking, fishing and exploring Idaho’s abundant outdoors. When they can’t get out of town,then bike riding the Boise Greenbelt or walking in the Boise foothills is a favorite family outing.

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Lou Lunte

Associate State Director

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