Education and Areas of Expertise:
MS, Ecology, Colorado State University
BA, Sociology and Latin American Studies, Scripps College
Erin joined the Rocky Mountain Network in 2014. Prior to that, she worked at Rocky Mountain National Park for many years, first in Environmental Education and then in Resource Management. Her M.S. research focused on local adaptation of limber pine populations in the Southern Rockies. She now finds herself thinking about how grassland, forest, and alpine systems are affected by change. In her current role at the ROMN, she is a (plant) ecologist leading the upland vegetation and soils protocol and she coordinates our field crews. When not working, she enjoys spending time outside with her family and biking around town.
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National Park Service
1201 Oakridge Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80525
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