Cornett has supervised The Nature Conservancy’s* conservation science program in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota since 2004. She is an adjunct member of the graduate faculty in the Conservation Biology Program and Forest Resources Department at the University of Minnesota – Saint Paul. She received a Ph.D. (2000) and M.S. (1996) in Forestry from the University of Minnesota - St. Paul and holds a B.A. in Biology from Oberlin College. She collaborates with other scientists around the world and has co-authored over a dozen peer-reviewed articles on forest ecology, land management, and conservation.
Above photo by Ethan Perry, 2011
Overlooking a salt marsh from the Sapelo Island Ferry
(Georgia's Coastal Islands)
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