Seth Zimmermann is a long time resident of Johnson county moving here in February of 1974 he spent his early days playing in turkey creek and down around the Coralville reservoir as well as sailing and hiking around Lake Macbride. After gaining his informal education and a love for things outdoors Seth attended Iowa State and received his BS in Fisheries and Wildlife Biology in 1996. After receiving his degree Seth traveled around and lived in a lot of beautiful places. He first lived and worked at Henry’s Lake Fish Hatchery in Idaho where he gained and appreciation for mountains and the flora and fauna associated with mountainous and more pristine riverine species. After he completed his seasonal position with the Idaho Fish and Game he moved to Martha’s Vineyard where he swung a hammer for three years, spent countless hours fishing the waters that surround the island and met the woman of his dreams. He and Wendy moved back to Iowa to be with family and started one of their own. They have 2 boys: Sam and Tage, and a daughter Ada. They all live on a small farm near Morse IA less than 7 miles from where he grew up and are attempting to raise food and nurture the environment. Seth currently works at the State Hygienic Laboratory as an Environmental Analyst in the Air quality section and previously worked in the Limnology section at the Hygienic Lab for more than 10 years.