Greg Nunn

Greg Nunn

  • First Year at BOSS: 2008
  • Current Position: Specialist Instructor
  • Hometown: Born in Ventura, California. Raised on a cattle ranch outside of Moab, Utah
  • Currently Resides In: Castle Valley, Utah

I came to BOSS Because…

I came to BOSS to teach Flintknapping, I couldn’t say no because I love the folks that work there, and the atmosphere is like home.

I Teach at BOSS Because…

I love teaching because I love the thrill of sharing, and watching the excitement of students while learning. It isn’t knowledge if we don’t share it.

Interesting Trivia about Greg:

  • Greg loves to hunt, using bow and arrow, guns or whatever it takes to fill the freezer. Right now, his freezer is filled with Buffalo, Deer, Elk, and Pronghorn.
  • Greg likes almost all kinds of food. His grandfather used to say “You can’t poison a pig!” Favorites, however, are Chocolate Éclairs, Buffalo meat with extra fat, and Chile Rellenos.
  • He is a part time gold miner, has a keen interest in Geology, and a deep understanding of how the earth we walk on was formed and deformed.
  • For many years, Greg was a member of the American Penstemon Society. He is a wildflower freak, and very partial to Penstemons. All of the colors of the universe are represented in the Penstemon.
  • He has spent three summers in Denmark and Sweden researching Neolithic Flint Daggers from Scandinavia.