Education & Interests
Lisa holds a B.S. in Botany from Colorado State University and a M.A. in Botany from University of Montana. After working briefly for the The Nature Conservancy at the Montana Natural Heritage Program, Lisa started her own consulting business and worked across the western United Sates initially focusing on rare plant surveys and baselines for conservation easements, expanding later to vegetation and soil surveys, and wetland delineations. Beyond working with data, a husband, child, and Border Collie also keep her busy.