Carianne Campbell brings over 20 years of experience in natural resources documentation and planning throughout the southwestern U.S. and northwestern Mexico. She designs, implements, and monitors science-based restoration projects in both wild and urban landscapes, and specializes in developing applied vegetation ecology methodologies to support site-specific restoration prescriptions. Ms. Campbell has concentrated on collaborative efforts over the past several years and maintains excellent rapport with local, state, and federal government agencies, as well as landowners, scientists and numerous community volunteers to achieve restoration and conservation goals. 

 

Ms. Campbell is a well-known advocate for native plant restoration, and actively contributes to the field through regional conference planning and extensive oral and written presentations. She currently serves on the Board of the Society for Ecological Restoration, Southwest Chapter, as the Past President after completing terms as President and Vice President. She also has a long history of involvement with local conservation organizations and on a variety of advisory committees.