Conference Posters & Presentations
As an educator and academic, I am committed to sharing my research, whether in publications, academic conferences or through public outreach. Click on the titles in blue below to view presentations or posters.
1. Knowing the Land: A Review of Local Knowledge Revealed in Ranch Memoirs Presentation. June 2007. ISSRM Conference. Park City, UT.
2. Changes on the Land: Integrating Rancher Knowledge into State-and-Transition Models Presentation. January 2008. Society for Range Management. Louisville, KY.
3. Knowledge in Practice: Exploring Rancher’s Ecological Knowledge in NW Colorado Presentation. July 2008. International Grassland & Rangeland Congress. Hohhot, China.
4. Transcending Definitions, Embodying Sustainability: The Role of Local Knowledge in Sustainable Food Systems Presentation. May 2008. SUSCONS Conference. Arlon, Belgium.
5. Participant in the Inaugural National Symposium on Food Systems & Sustainability. March 2009. University of California, Davis.
6. Popular Sustainability: A Review of Current Food System Literature. Poster Presentation. July 2009. Rural Sociology Conference. Madison, WI. Awarded “Best Poster”
7. Evaluation and Integration of Local Knowledge and Ecological Data-driven State-and-transition models. Poster Presentation. January 2010. Society for Range Management. Denver, CO.
8. Perceptions of Targeted Grazing In the Desert Southwest. Poster Presentation. February 2011. Society for Range Management Conference. Billings, MT. Awarded “2nd Place”.
9. Environmental History as a Framework to Inform Resilience Theory and Local Decision Making. Poster Presentation. March 2011. Resilience 2011 Conference. Tempe, AZ.
10. Environmental Aesthetics and Healthy Lifestyles: Gaining Insight Through the Community Gardening Experience. Presentation. June 2011. Food and Agriculture Under the Big Sky. Missoula, MT.
11. Redefining Citizen Science: A Catalyst to Broaden the Knowledge Base and Insights for Sustainability in a Rapidly Changing World. Ecological Society of America Conference. August 2011. Austin, TX.
12. Sharing Knowledge Across Scales for Adaptation Planning in Denali National Park. Poster. November 2011. Exchange of Local Knowledge and Observations in the Arctic Conference (ELOKA). Boulder, CO.
13. Connected to the Land: Social Resilience and Vulnerability Assessment of Land-Based Livelihoods in the Gunnison Basin, Colorado. Poster. January 2012. Society for Range Management. Spokane, WA.
14. Integrated Social-Ecological Resilience Assessments for Effective Community-Based Conservation in a Changing Climate. Workshop Coordination and Presentation. July 2012. Society for Conservation Biology. Oakland, CA.
15. Local Knowledge of Environmental Change: A Case Study from Denali National Park. Poster. August 2012. Ecological Society of America. Portland, OR.
`16. Collaborative Adaptive Science for Self Reliance: Redefining Community-University Partnerships. Presentation. February 2013. Society for Range Management. Oklahoma City, OK.
17. Capturing Local Knowledge of the Gunnison Sage-Grouse for Improved Conservation . Presentation. February 2013. Society for Range Management. Oklahoma City, OK.
18. Unintended consequences? : Understanding the interactions between culture, livelihoods, resources and species protection. Presentation. March 2013. Applied Anthropology Conference. Denver, CO.
19. Adapting science to a warming world: What stakeholders in Alaska say about how the process and practices of science should change. Presentation. April 2013. National Adaptation Forum. Denver, CO.
20. Documenting Alaskan adaptation needs. Presentation. February 2014. Alaska Forum for the Environment. Anchorage, AK.
21. Parks, people, and change: The importance of multi-stakeholder engagement in adaptation planning for conserved areas. May 2014. Resilience Conference. Montpellier, France.
22. Landowner perceptions of the Endangered Species Act and the potential for unintended consequences. February 2015. Society for Range Management Conference. Presentation. Sacramento, CA.