Mar 05, 2019
Michael Forsberg
Prairie Corridor Cabinet

Michael Forsberg is a Nebraska native whose 25-year career as a photographer and conservationist has been dedicated to wildlife and conservation stories in North America’s Great Plains.  His images have been featured in publications including Audubon, National Geographic, Nature Conservancy, and Outdoor Photographer magazines.  Mike serves as contract faculty with the University of Nebraska where he teaches and is a Fellow with the Center for Great Plains Studies.  Mike is also a faculty fellow with the Daugherty Water for Food Institute and a Senior Fellow with the International League of Conservation Photographers.  Mike lives in Lincoln, Nebraska with his family, a cat, and three unruly dogs.

Maggie Stuckey is the Executive Director of the Lincoln Parks Foundation. Prior to joining the Foundation, she worked for the University of Nebraska Foundation, the Arbor Day Foundation, and the United States Senate. An active volunteer in the community, Maggie is currently connected with The Foundry, Leadership Lincoln, the Country Club Neighborhood Association, Ignite Lincoln, Rise Lincoln, and Lancaster County Corrections. In her spare time, Maggie enjoys spending time with friends, family, and neighbors.

Nicole Fleck-Tooze is the Special Projects Administrator for the Parks and Recreation Department.  She holds a Masters degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Illinois.  Nicole is a certified Planner with over 20 years of professional experience in planning and environmental projects with the City of Lincoln, including work in the Parks, Planning and Public Works Departments.   Nicole lives next to Pioneers Park with her husband and two Labrador retrievers who take her for walks in the park.