Who We Are

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Core Team

The Landscape Toolbox project is led by a core team of scientists from the Jornada Experimental Range, The Nature Conservancy, and other partners.

Jason KarlJason Karl, Ph.D.Research Ecologist, Jornada Experimental Range, USDA Agricultural Research Service
Bob UnnaschBob Unnasch, Ph.D.
Director of Science, Idaho Chapter of The Nature Conservancy
Jeffrey HerrickJeffrey Herrick Ph.D.
Soil Scientist, Jornada Experimental Range, USDA Agricultural Research Service
Sarah McCordSarah McCord
Jornada Experimental Range, New Mexico State University
Jeff GillanJeffrey Gillan M.S.
College Assistant Professor, Jornada Experimental Range, New Mexico State University
Ericha CourtrightEricha Courtright M.S.
College Assistant Professor, Jornada Experimental Range, New Mexico State University
Scott SchraderScott Schrader
GIS Specialist, Jornada Experimental Range, USDA Agricultural Research Service

Project Acknowledgments

We are deeply indebted to the following individuals for their contributions to the Landscape Toolbox:

Karen Colson
Karen coordinated the development of many Toolbox components, coordinated the project advisory team, and oversaw field data collection. She currently works for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Alan Sands
In his cooperative position between The Nature Conservancy and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, Alan assisted in the early development of the Toolbox concept and contributed to many of its components.

Don Major
Don, who works for the Bureau of Land Mangement, served as the lead for the cumulative landscape and restoration analysis component and worked with project partners to ensure these components satisfied management and planning needs.

Heather Swartz
Heather, through her work with the Oregon Chapter of the Nature Conservancy and the Sagebrush Cooperative, helped develop and implement the Methods Guide and Wiki.

Megan Kanaga
Megan, as a Landscape Ecologist, worked to help develop, document, and apply the cumulative landscape and restoration analysis tools in the Toolbox.

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