Grace Bullington

Grace is a sophomore at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln majoring in Fisheries and Wildlife with a minor in Animal Science. Originally from Kansas City, MO Grace grew up in the heart of KCMO learning to appreciate the importance of nature not only in the wild, but also in the city. Whether it was summers hiking in the Rockies, spending time at Lake Tanglewood, or exploring her neighborhood, Grace realized that she was happiest when outdoors surrounded by nature. Grace hopes to bring attention to the work of conservationists through multimedia story telling to connect a bridge between conservationists and the rest of the population.

Grace's Work

How does one define a place? Is it a location someone has visited? Does one have to stand on the shores of a lake to feel like they know the lake? Can someone who has never visited a place still have a connection to it?   I grapple with these questions as my time as […]

I have always been drawn to the outdoors– be it hiking in the Rockies, fishing at a lake, or socializing with neighbors on warm summer nights. I feel my best when I’m outside. Although I have always enjoyed communing with nature, I never felt compelled to study plants and animals. However, since I have begun […]