MS in Environmental Studies, University of Montana
BA in Environmental Studies, Brevard College
Liz received her BA in Environmental Studies from Brevard College, and her MS in Environmental Studies from the University of Montana. While in Missoula, Liz fell head-over-heels for the Northern Rockies landscape: the amazing places, tight-knit communities, spectacular wildlife, and abounding recreational opportunities. Since graduate school, her work has been focused on habitat connectivity and road ecology research. Liz worked for the Western Transportation Institute for several years, during which time she contributed to road ecology research projects in four states including: Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, and Nebraska. She then spent two years working for the Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative researching the impacts of roads on ungulate migration routes in western Wyoming. Liz is now delighted to join the CLLC team and continue working on issues surrounding connectivity and roads.