I graduated from U.C. Berkeley in 2015 with a B.S. in Conservation and Resource Studies and a minor in Forestry and Natural Resources. I am currently working on the Drought Responses and Strategies of Trees in California (DRASTIC) project, inclusive of our citizen science project.
I am broadly interested in plant ecology, climate change, plant ecophysiology, restoration ecology, citizen science, and conservation. I have worked in the Sierra Nevada, San Francisco Bay tidal wetlands, arsenic-contaminated urban open space, and oak woodlands throughout California.