Wisconsin Energy Institute
1552 University Ave
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
Education and Background:
B.A. Global Studies, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. May 2012.
B.S. Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. May 2012.
I want to contribute to the growing body of knowledge surrounding ecology, landscape and environmental change with a specific emphasis on pollinators. My focus lies on the role of pollinators within agriculture and the effect land management has on these populations. I am interested in how the scientific and agricultural communities can best communicate and facilitate more effective management strategies. By combining agroecosystem research and sound policy and practices, I want to promote sustainable farming, conservation, and dynamic land management.
My thesis work examines the relationships between plant communities and wild bee populations.
I enjoy spending most of my time outside, hiking, gardening, and camping around the Midwest.