Abram Lueders is a web interactive project assistant at NET. Despite his current status as a Nebraskan, Abram was born in Baltimore, and grew up in Hawaii. Before working at NET, he interned at WUSA in Washington DC, and KCTS in Seattle. He also spent five years doing digital media work for the Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative, a job he started shortly after turning 16. Abram recently graduated from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln with a degree in broadcasting. When he's not wired into his cubicle, Abram enjoys baking, writing, and doodling adorable animals in the margins of his notebooks.
Mike Forsberg, a nationally renowned photographer, conservationist, and author from Nebraska, spent four years traveling 100,000 miles across the Great Plains—from North Dakota to Texas—to create a portrait of under-appreciated species and habitats of what many consider “flyover country.”