Michelle Steen-Adams has nearly a decade of experience conducting research to promote historically-informed, community-engaged forest conservation, restoration, and governance. Drawing upon an interdisciplinary training in environmental history, social forestry, and historical ecology, Dr. Steen-Adams conducts applied research with land management agencies, tribes, and inter-tribal organizations in the Pacific Northwest. She is formerly Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, University of New England. She is currently Adjunct Faculty and Graduate Faculty, School of the Environment, Washington State University Vancouver. In addition, she is a long-time Board member of the Forest History Society. Dr. Steen-Adams holds a Ph.D. in Forest Ecology and Management and Environmental Studies (via a joint degree program) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.A. from Swarthmore College. She is also a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Mali, 1994-1996).
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- B04. A Necessary Reckoning: Using History to Take Your Conservation Work to the Next Level
October 05, 2021
3:00 PM - 5:30 PM