Michigan Environmental Council
Tom Zimnicki leads the Michigan Environmental Council's efforts in advancing a policy agenda focused on innovative and pragmatic ideas that encourage environmentally sustainable agriculture throughout Michigan. He covers a wide range of issues at the Council from surface water management, nutrient runoff, pollinator health, and organic materials management. Tom has presented several times for the Michigan Association of County Drain Commissioners along with the Michigan Wetland Association and Michigan Agribusiness Association
Prior to joining MEC in October 2016, Tom worked as an environmental consultant in Kalamazoo, MI where he specialized in the use of market-based solutions to incentivize nonpoint source runoff controls for municipal and agricultural entities.
Tom holds a master of science degree in environmental science and a master of public affairs degree from Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
Wednesday, January 30
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM