Marcie serves as Executive Director and landscape ecologist for MSI. She has a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from University of Washington with a specialty in learning landscapes and community restoration.
Page contributes her background in writing and communications to MSI. She received her B.A. in Environmental Journalism and Spanish from Western Washington University and a Masters of Fine Arts in nonfiction writing from the University of Arizona.
As Development & Grants Manager Tiffany works to expand our funding sources, so we can continue to grow our programs!
Dr. Cowie received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado specializing in the processes controlling hydrologic fluxes in natural and human altered mountain regions around the world.
Anthony is a Jack-of-all-trades for Mountain Studies Institute; from field work, to project management, to GIS analysis.
Mandy supports MSI’s programs by coordinating local, collaborative groups; conducting field research; and educating our communities about forest and watershed health.
Haley continues to develop and maintain MSI’s presence in Silverton, leads education events, and assists as a field technician for water programs and biodiversity studies.
Aaron manages programs and organizes community involvement in mountain science.
Amanda leads MSI’s programs for community engagement and citizen science and is an expert botanist.
Jeremy works to engage the public in the science that MSI conducts. This means working with schools, providing opportunities for volunteers and citizen scientists, and organizing community events and talks.
As a Research Associate for MSI’s Forest Health Program, Mike provides scientific support to issues related to forest health. Mike’s background spans disciplines with a general focus on plant and soil ecology with an emphasis on land management issues.
Scott contributes his expertise in aquatic ecology, landscape ecology, and spatial analysis to MSI.
Nate is the Silverton Field Manager and Research Associate for MSI. He graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder in the Geography department with an emphasis in hydrology.
Carolyn enjoys mountains, rivers, lakes AND numbers and loves connecting them at MSI to help our communities thrive.
Adrienne Ross is the AmeriCorps Volunteer in Service to America at MSI for 2019-2020. A recent transplant of Telluride to Silverton, she is getting her feet wet in supporting the many educational and research initiatives that MSI directs.
Emily is a Collaborative Forestry intern who graduated from Fort Lewis College in the spring of 2019 with a B.S. in biology with an ecology concentration, a minor in geology, and a GIS certificate.
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