Patrick grew up in the mountains, rivers, and sagebrush country of northwest Wyoming. Being from Greybull, WY, he was a quick drive from some of the finest open country in the lower 48.
Patrick graduated from the University of Wyoming with a bachelor’s degree in
Environment and Natural Resources and has spent his professional career as a leader in this field.
Patrick comes to the Wyoming Outdoor Recreation office from Curt Gowdy State Park, where he managed one of Wyoming’s busiest State Parks as Superintendent. Before his time with Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites, Patrick was the Director of the Wyoming Conservation Corps, which connects young adults to meaningful national service opportunities improving Wyoming’s public lands.
Patrick enjoys fly fishing, mountain biking, trail building, hiking, skiing and anything else that lets him spend time outside with his family.