Honorary National Directors
We do not wish to presuppose that Wild Ones are the only people with the goal to heal the Earth and the ability to influence others. With that in mind, we feel it is important to recognize people who have contributed greatly to our cause either through their personal contributions in healing the Earth or through their personal contributions toward advocating for Wild Ones. One way we can recognize these people is to award them the title of Honorary Director.
- Neil Diboll, Prairie Ecologist, Consulting Ecologist, Landscape Designer, Wisconsin, Lifetime. Neil joins Lorrie Otto as only our second Lifetime Honorary Director.
- Glenn Dreyer, Director Connecticut College Arboretum, Connecticut, 2019.
- Bob Grese, Educator, Researcher, Michigan, 2017.
- Karen Oberhauser, Professor, Researcher, Co-Chair Monarch Joint Venture, Minnesota, 2019.
- Stephen Packard, Ecologist, Conservationist, Illinois, 2019.
- Lynn Steiner, Author, Photographer, Speaker, Minnesota, 2017.
- Patricia Sutton, Writer, Lecturer, Naturalist, Biologist, New Jersey 2017.
- Doug Tallamy, Entomologist, Behavioral Ecologist, Professor and Chair, Delaware, 2017.
- Chip Taylor, Professor, Ecologist, Founder and Director of Monarch Watch, Kansas, 2019.
- Catherine Zimmerman, Videographer, Certified Horticulturist, Landscape Designer, Maryland, 2019.
See our past honorary directors