Erin is a senior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln majoring in Communication Studies with a minor in Environmental Studies. She is from Hastings, Nebraska, where she grew to love everything about the outdoors from her parent’s love of thunderstorms, gardens, and landscapes. Storytelling has always been fascinating to Erin and she hopes to help share the stories of the Platte Basin at PBT.
Posted on May 20, 2019
Everything about the outdoors was my interest. That was my home and then when I heard the term wildlife biologist, I’m like, “You’re kidding me. I could get paid to just watch wildlife. Cool!” I had talked to a game warden in high school, he told me it was too much of a dangerous job […]
Posted on March 25, 2019
You can stand there and you can see the whole northern part of the ranch, and way south, too. And I think just to stand up on that hill and be able to see all that… that’s never really changed in all of our generations here. That’s probably my favorite spot. My great grandfather homesteaded […]
Posted on December 10, 2018
Martha Shulski serves as the state climatologist for Nebraska. She grew up with a passion for weather and continues to show it in her work. Her goal is to help others understand how weather and climate affects them. We all talk about the weather. That’s something that is not controversial. Everybody can strike up a […]