Julie writes and produces Audio Description projects for the National Park Service, develops and teaches graduate courses for science educators at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, serves as a Humanities Expert for organizations working with the Wisconsin Humanities Council and continues biological field work concerning the monarch butterfly, pollination and nectar studies and Citizen Science collaborations.
By This Author:
The Door County Bookmobile was the rural public library. With many remote towns and islands, a low overall population, poor transportation, and low literacy rates, the Door Peninsula offered an opportunity to test the bookmobile model for extending rural library services.
Door County Library Bookmobile service began in 1950 through a Wisconsin Free Library Commission experiment called the Door-Kewaunee Regional Library Demonstration. The Demonstration was developed to explore the possibilities of providing library service to remote areas of the state.