Closeup - Kim Trotter

Kim Trotter worked for the Teton Regional Land Trust in the early 2000s and recently returned to the Driggs, Idaho, nonprofit as the organization’s executive director.

About nine years ago Kim and Frank Trotter took a trip to Montana and accidentally let the car battery die.

They reached out to camping neighbors in an Airstream to ask for a charge. They ended up meeting a family who lived on the road full time.

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