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Nancy Gibson joined the board in 1987 and poured her energy into raising the necessary funds to build the Center from the Minnesota State Legislature and private sources.
She works as the naturalist for the NBC affiliate KARE TV and consults with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and other similar entities. She won two Emmys for her naturalist abilities on the award-winning PBS show, Newton's Apple.
Nancy helped lead the successful 2008 Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment that will protect large areas for wolves and other species. She currently sits on the Commission that distributes annual funds from the Environmental Trust Fund. Her first book WOLVES was published in 1996 and she is a regular contributor to various natural resource publications.
Nancy was one of the first Center's board chairs and has served on most of the committees. She raised the Center's two arctic wolves, Malik and Shadow, in her home for their first six weeks. She conducts educational programs for the Center and guides its trips to the Northwest Territories.