Caleb Stewart - Program Manager
Caleb began his love for the outdoors at a young age in his home state of Tennessee canoeing and camping. He graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in History in 2008 and immediately left for the Big Sky Country to serve as a crew member with the MCC on a field crew in the Frank Church Wilderness in Idaho. He returned to lead a crew in the Bob Marshall Wilderness of northwest Montana in 2009. It's here where Caleb fell in love with wilderness and developed a passion for public lands. He spent the next five years working for the Forest Service in the Bob Marshall at a backcountry ranger station called Big Prairie, where he served as a trail crew leader and a liaison to MCC crews. After working with the MCC crews for several years, Caleb decided he wanted to return to the MCC and help foster a similar passion and experience for other young people. In his free time, Caleb enjoys biking, boating, and exploring new areas of western Montana.