As a Conservation Associate, Meg provides support to the Corridors and Crossing Program. Primarily focusing on state and local conservation planning efforts, Meg researches gaps in connectivity and identifies opportunities to enhance partnerships, bolster outreach, and create model language for land management templates.
With a background in policy and community development, Meg brings experience working with diverse stakeholders and engaging with community members. She recently completed a year of service with the Big Sky Watershed Corp, finalizing and implementing the Blackfeet Tribe Agriculture Resource Management Plan. Previously she worked as a Conservation Intern with the Adirondack Council in New York, conducting research on overuse in the Adirondack High Peaks and providing comment on DEC Unit Management Plans.
Meg is proudly from the east coast and can always be spotted in her Patriots hat. In her free time Meg enjoys biking, skiing, climbing trees, and cooking.