|I am a native Nevadan and have lived in Elko for the past 19 years. I have a Bachelor degree in Natural Resource Management, and am currently an Environmental Engineer. I study and enjoy the many hidden treasures of the Great Basin. The hriving desert plants and animals in the arid west and southwest cease to amaze me. Their simple beauty, adaptability, and persistence are inspiring. The Great Basin provides unique habitat for many endemic plant species.|
|Special interests: My career puts me in the field during the spring and summer months in search of Threatened, Endangered and Sensitive (TES) species. Along the way; I come accross much more. In my searches for useful photographs of plants, I found they lack important visual information necessary for the survey. Photographic records of TES species are important to conservation efforts.|
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