Kurt Zwolfer, executive director of The Cabin in Boise, has taken a winding path to his current position, traversing through birds of prey research as well as environmental and Idaho history education. Now at the helm of Idaho’s main literary organization, he is building interesting collaborations with other arts and culture organizations and deepening The Cabin’s existing programs.
Kurt Zwolfer, executive director of The Cabin in Boise, has taken a winding path to his current position, traversing through birds of prey research as well as environmental and Idaho history education. Now at the helm of Idaho’s main literary organization, he is building interesting collaborations with other arts and culture organizations and deepening The Cabin’s existing programs. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Kurt Zwolfer, executive director of The Cabin in Boise, has taken a winding path to his current position, traversing through birds of prey research as well as environmental and Idaho history education. Now at the helm of Idaho’s main literary organization, he is building interesting collaborations with other arts and culture organizations and deepening The Cabin’s existing programs. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

Pop Quiz: Meet Kurt Zwolfer, the executive director at The Cabin in Boise

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