Driven by nature and our vast public lands, Jearred has let the outdoors and his passion for adventure be the compass for his life. The wide open expanses of our Nation’s Public Lands dominate his thoughts and conversations. Deep in the heart of the those public places is where Jearred thrives. On his expeditions into remote wilds, in the lands where seemingly no one lives, he finds a wilderness and peacefulness that is all his own.
Jearred served for twelve years in the United States Coast Guard, the world’s authority in Maritime Search and Rescue, Law Enforcement, Drug Interdiction and Recreation. His desire to serve his country and fellow Americans didn’t stop there. After a distinguished career in the Coast Guard, Jearred furthered his service to our country by becoming a Federal law Enforcement Officer. Protection of our public lands was now his career. Jearred’s passion for our public lands continued to grow and so did his primal urge to be involved with them. So, another career change took place and Jearred works now as a public servant who’s mission is the preservation, conservation and protection of our public lands.
Merging his passion of story telling, photography and videography with his love for recreating on our public lands- Jearred has dedicated his life to being an ambassador for those passions. Jearred’s strategy is to focus on the Preservation of our public lands and outdoor heritage. Ensure the Legacy of past, present and future conservationist carry on. Protect the Tradition’s we all have. Expose family and friends to the outdoors through our public lands and to pay it forward to the Next Generation, for only they will Keep it Legend.
The premier example of conservationist, sportsman, public lands advocate and family man, Jearred takes a wider view of the topics he tackles while in the field, because to him, this is all a story worth telling, and protecting. With the support of fellow conservationist and the outdoor industry, Jearred will carry on his mission of inspiring others to be a voice for our public lands.