Kendall Edmo

Kendall Edmo

Conservation/GIS Associate

Kendall is a Blackfeet tribal member and was born and raised on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. She has a background in environmental studies and for the past five years, worked for the Blackfeet Tribe on a diverse range of conservation issues including working with conservation partners to protect the Badger Two Medicine from energy development and forest planning. 

Before joining CLLC, Kendall worked for the Blackfeet Tribal Historic Program where she gained experience in surveying, identifying, documenting and mapping Traditional Cultural Properties. She is a licensed drone operator and has used her skills to take photographs of cultural sites on the reservation. She recently started the process to establish geo database to safeguard and manage sensitive GIS data associated with Blackfeet cultural properties.

Kendall loves to spend time with her son and daughter, and some of her hobbies include riding horses, snowboarding, jitterbug dancing, working out and cooking tacos.



  • B.A. Environmental Studies, University of Montana 

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