Bryce Esch, Ecological Restoration Institute, NAU

Education

M.S. – Conservation Ecology and Environmental Policy, University of Michigan
School of Natural Resources and Environment, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
B.S. – Biological Anthropology, University of California at Davis

Research Interest

Forest ecology, science in management and policy decisions, collaborative forest restoration, forest restoration monitoring and citizen science.

Professional Experience
2015-present: Program Coordinator, Ecological Restoration Institute
2013-2014: Graduate Student Instructor, Dept of Anthropology, University of Michigan
2013 – Forest Ecology Research Intern, The Wilderness Society (MT)
2012-2014: Master’s Student, University of Michigan. Thesis project: “Restoring Forests: Lessons from the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program”.
2009-2012 – Office Administrator, The Wilderness Society (CA