Brandy Case Haub is a Postdoctoral Research Associate with the Iowa Learning Farms and Water Rocks! programs. An anthropologist, educator, conservationist, foodie, volunteer, and lover of the outdoors, Brandy brings a great deal of energy to helping spread the word about conservation of our natural resources.
Brandy received her PhD in Sociocultural Anthropology, and has worked in education, research, and youth programming. A long-time lover of the outdoors, she received her Master Conservationist certification. "I've always felt most at peace when in the presences of bodies of water. More of a lake-girl than a river person, I enjoyed our family's visits yearly vacations to Lake Okoboji. Since becoming an adult I have had the chance to visit dozens of beautiful lakes all around the world, but Lake Okoboji always holds the warmest place in my memories."
For fun, Brandy loves to enjoy unstructured time with her husband and three boys in Iowa's wild places, garden, cook, read, and plan hiking trips to parts of the natural world she has yet to visit.