Ellen joined the Land Trust in July 2019. Originally from Boise, Idaho, she gained an early appreciation for open spaces while exploring the most remote parts of Idaho through camping, skiing and hot springs hunting with friends and family. Ellen received a B.S. in Natural Resources from Oregon State University and spent a decade discovering the old-growth forests and Cascade Range volcanoes of the Pacific Northwest. She brings business management and fieldwork experience to the Land Trust, and has worked with nonprofits and government agencies teaching outdoor education and conducting ecological assessments. As many before her did, she found the Tetons by way of her unwavering, perhaps obsessive, love of long, cold, deep winters. Ellen enjoys skiing, mountain biking, yard games, painting with watercolors and exploring with her dogs.
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