For over 14 years, Kyle Tredinnick has been a social studies teacher at the secondary level. Presently teaching as a social studies teacher for Omaha Public Schools, Kyle has also taught social studies at the high school level in Saint Paul, Minnesota, and in Beijing and Shanghai in China. Along with teaching at the secondary level, Kyle has been involved with the teaching of geography at the post-secondary level at the University of Nebraska Omaha where he has served as an adjunct instructor for the Department of Geography/Geology, and as the coordinator for Dual Enrollment. An advocate for geographic education, Kyle has served on the boards for the Geographic Educators of Nebraska (GEON), and the National Council of Geographic Education (NCGE).
Kyle's project has focused on prairie restoration and preservation of biodiversity with a focus on the tall grass prairies of Western Nebraska. Students have been focusing on the development of the landscape and efforts to restore portions to their native flora and fauna. Through comparing their own yards and neighborhoods with the biodiversity present at the Glacier Creek Prairie Preserve in Omaha students have had a hands-on appreciation for the native flora and fauna in the region.