Jackson Sibley joined the staff of CFI in the summer of 2011 after a brief stint of volunteering. He will graduate in May 2013 from the University of Tennessee, having studied Environmental Studies and minored in Wildlife and Fisheries Science. Jackson is currently working as a hatchery technician and field biologist. He has really appreciated the opportunity to learn about how to monitor and care for our rare fishes. Jackson has also been extremely helpful in some of our more daunting tasks such as rack reconstruction. In his free time Jackson enjoys backpacking, fly fishing, and playing music. Jackson has been a very welcome addition to the CFI staff.