Chuck develops interpretive and education plans, conducts interpretive training sessions, develops curricula and interpretive media materials. His experience includes interpretive planning and program development, working with agencies and community groups to support their training needs and providing consulting support for interpretive projects.
His past work experience includes the National Park Service, Woodland Park Zoo (Seattle, WA) and King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks (Seattle Metro Area).
Past projects with Cascade Interpretive Consulting LLC include the Interpretive and Wayfinding Plan for the Washington Park Arboretum, developing an educational and interpretive plan for the Cathlapotle Plankhouse Project – Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge (Vancouver, WA), creating an interpretive manual for Whatcom Land Trust (Bellingham, WA) and supporting the E3 Washington state-wide environmental education planning process. He has also developed and taught an on-line interpretive skills course for Edmonds Community College, an interpretive methods course for Western Washington University and an environmental education course for the University of Washington Bothell.
Chuck has a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental education from Huxley College for the Environment at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington and is a Certified Interpretive Trainer, Guide and Host through the National Association for Interpretation.