Big News from Dakota


Still adorable, and still unrelated

Apologies for commandeering the official AMI website, but I have news to spread, and this is the easiest way to do it. At the end of this month, I’ll be moving to Wyoming.  My wife Greta has accepted an awesome position with the Buffalo Bill Center in Cody, and we’re very excited.  You should be excited, too.  Here’s why:

First, AMI is going to need a new webmaster, and that could be you! It’s a great way to serve the organization, it doesn’t take up much time, and you can do it in your underwear. I’ll even train you. Contact President Steve Jacobsen if you’re interested.

Second, Missouri’s best interpretive site is going to be hiring a new interpreter. I helped build Nathan Boone Homestead State Historic Site, and I’m a little emotional about handing over the reins. I need you to come here and be outstanding, because this place deserves it. If you have any questions about the job, Kim Todey with Missouri State Parks can fill you in.

I feel so fortunate to have learned at the feet of some of the world’s greatest interpreters here in Missouri. I’m going to miss AMI, and I’m going to miss all of you and the amazing work you do.  Thanks for the past 15 years.


One comment

  1. Dakota, I wish you all the best in the world, but this is a huge blow to Missouri State Parks. I have no doubt you’ll succeed and prosper.
    Best of luck to you!


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