Erin Alvey

Erin Alvey is an ecologist with over 10 years of experience in research-grade data collection, ecological restoration, and natural resources management. She earned her MS degree from Humboldt State University, where she partnered with the USDA Forest Service to investigate how wildland fire “reburn” (overlapping fires) affect forest structure and composition in the Sierra Nevada. Erin has helped guide landscape-scale restoration planning and conservation management in a multitude of ecosystems across the United States and Mexico while coordinating with a diverse array of private, federal, state, and non-profit partners. She draws on her skills in geospatial modeling, GIS analysis, and her extensive background in on-the-ground field biology to help guide smart strategies for project and stakeholder success.

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