For 17 years, Kierstin has managed rare species and invasive species databases with the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy. She is knowledgeable about the challenges of a large, complex database and ________.

 

For the last five years, Kierstin has worked on many aspects of the iMapInvasives project, including trouble-shooting technical issues, maintaining the database, and uploading large datasets with database tools. Additionally, Kierstin gives iMapInvasives trainings to users

and is adept at engaging the public at outreach events.

 

Kierstin brings her science-based education and a broad understanding of the threat of invasive species to natural resources to the iMapInvasives project.

About Kierstin

The Pennsylvania iMapInvasives Program is a partnership of the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, the Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program, and NatureServe.

Funding for Pennsylvania iMapInvasives is provided by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.

NatureServe logo, iMapInvasives partner
Pennsylvania Natural Heritage Program, iMapInvasives partner
Great Lakes Restoration Initiative logo, iMapInvasives funding source