Joan Howe

Ranger Howe, out standing in her field!
Refuge Ranger

1371 Wildlife Drive
Springville, TN 38256
United States

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About Joan Howe

Ranger Howe has been a main stay at the Tennessee Refuge Complex since 1999.  She works with the local community, education systems, neighboring agencies and organizations to help promote the refuge as an extremely important habitat conservation area conservation area
A conservation area or wildlife management area is a type of national wildlife refuge that consists primarily or entirely of conservation easements on private lands. These conservation easements support private landowner efforts to protect important habitat for fish and wildlife . There are 12 conservation areas and nine wildlife management areas in the National Wildlife Refuge System.

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Areas of expertise
Manager of the refuge visitor center, environmental education coordinator, outdoor recreation planner, volunteer coordinator, Friends liaison, Tennessee state Jr. Duck Stamp coordinator, web page and social media manager