Kendrick Moholt has always loved the outdoors and natural sciences. He spent the summers of his youth and early adult life learning and teaching natural history at a central Oregon natural science field station, where he . worked as a back county instructor in many remote parts of the West, including the Eagle Cap Wilderness. After receiving a Zoology BS from Oregon State and an Ornithology MS from Idaho State, Kendrick and his wife Leslie started a biological consulting business, for which they travelled the West doing field work. Remembering the Wallowa Mountains as a favorite spot, they picked Wallowa County as home in 1991.
The Moholt family lives south of Lostine on their 240 acre ranch. Kendrick continues to run a biological consulting firm based in Enterprise. He also travels the world as a professional outdoor photographer specializing in fine art prints. Due to this passion for art, he has also served as a board member for the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture in Joseph. After traveling on all seven continents, Kendrick still feels his favorite place to enjoy the outdoors, photograph landscapes and wildlife, and raise a family is Wallowa County, Oregon. His dedication to a rural, resource-based economy and wide-open spaces makes him proud to be a board member for Wallowa Resources.