Charlotte Reemts has worked with The Nature Conservancy since 2005. In her current position, she serves as a science resource for The Conservancy’s preserve managers and interested landowners by facilitating, designing, and implementing research and monitoring on preserves and other protected lands. Her current projects include examining the effects of browsing on upland shrubs in the Texas Hill Country, studying the effects of shading on the endangered Tobusch fishhook cactus, monitoring grazing in coastal grasslands, and following vegetation recovery after wildfires in the Davis Mountains. She has a B.S. in Biology from Susquehanna University (PA) and an M.S. in Plant Ecology from Michigan State University, and is a Certified Ecologist (through the Ecological Society of America).
Charlotte is already hard at work building chapter membership, planning for the 2013 TXSER Annual Conference in Junction, TX and improving chapter communication.