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Nicole Rowley

UGA Arch

I received my undergraduate degree in Fisheries and Wildlife from Michigan State University. While at MSU I worked in several horticulture labs studying Christmas tree production and urban forests. Since graduating I have filled many roles, including working as a grower at a landscape nursery and using GIS to study rare and endemic plants on Madagascar. 

I am broadly interested in researching the ways that humans interact with forests and the interplay between conservation policy and culture.

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