Innovative professional with extensive experience managing natural resource projects and stewardship based conservation programs. Talents include program development, development of collaborative agency relations, grant administration, and creative problem solving.
Design and implementation of restoration projects within sensitive ecosystems throughout the Rocky Mountain Region.
Developed management strategies for public lands, including forest practices, invasive plants, wildlife monitoring, wildfire planning, and sensitive ecosystem restoration.
Managed all stewardship and service learning program development: Course design, restoration techniques, partnering agency relations, grant application and implementation, field logistics, program reporting and management of fundraising events. Instruction of field botany and geology at college level during field course sessions.
Administrative duties included: budgeting, year-long scheduling, inter-office communication, website updates, payroll, and project management Team oversight, fleet vehicle maintenance, gear repair, and solicitation of in-kind donations Managed volunteer programs
Design and implementation of service learning opportunities in natural remote settings.
Instruction of botany, geology, climatology, and forestry
Managed stewardship programs with partnering land management agencies; restoration, conservation, recreational developments, and agricultural infrastructure preservation.
Whitewater rafting, fly-fishing, mountain biking, skiing, all things artistic, good humor and boundless enthusiasm for public land access and conservation programs.
USFS Award for Excellence in Alpine Tundra Restoration, WFR/CPR Certificates, QSP Certified for stormwater monitoring, chainsaw master certificate.
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