Conservation Project Specialist
Abigail brings her background in in project development and management in complex landscapes and research with inter-disciplinary teams in US and global contexts to the Center. She contributes to strategy, research, and project development to further the ability of industry, agency, nonprofit and community partners to forward on-the-ground habitat connectivity.
Abigail has examined emerging practices by farmers, ranchers and herders on coexistence with wildlife and regenerative agriculture across several continents on behalf of food and textile industry partners, and contributed to standards through which for-profit entities integrate conservation into their supply chains. Abigail also has extensive experience in community-based conservation.
Outside of work, Abigail helps with local watershed restoration efforts and enjoys outdoor activities including skiing, hiking, gardening and more.
- M.S. in Rangeland Ecology, University of California at Davis
- B.S. in Biology and Economics, Pomona College