Hello everyone! Please click here to view the recording of presentations by 6 of our 2020 Western Resources Fellows. Each fellow presentation is about 10 minutes and below is the line-up:
|Abbey Warner||Groundwater Conservation Easements in Southwest Colorado|
|Margot Buckelew||In-stream Flows in Colorado: Establishment and Opportunities|
|Damaris Chenoweth||Modeling Recovery of Big Sagebrush Community at Disturbances due to Oil and Gas Extraction|
|Jon Michel||Influence of Soil Texture on Well Pad Restoration in Wyoming|
|Humna Sharif||Managing the Yampa River in a Changing Climate|
|Darya Watnick||Soil Health and Soil Carbon Sequestration in Regenerative Agriculture|
During summer 2020, Western Resources Fellows with UHPSI completed research, an internship, or a project related to conservation, stewardship, or management of natural resources in the western United States. Much of their work is self-directed, however fellows often collaborate closely with Yale faculty and staff and western conservation partners in order to contribute to ongoing research and conservation efforts in the West.
Are you a western conservation collaborator?
If you are interested in having a student possibly work on a project or effort for summer 2021 to facilitate conservation and stewardship of the West, then please email Michelle.firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss more.