Wetland, Woodland, Wildland: A Guide to the Natural Communities of Vermont, 2nd Edition
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About the Author
Liz Thompson is an ecologist and botanist with a deep passion for nature and an abiding, lifelong interest in patterns of plant distribution. She is devoted to the conservation of special and wild places, and she makes that the keystone of her work. She is a conservation scientist with the Vermont Land Trust, where she brings nature conservation to the working landscape. She has also worked for The Nature Conservancy and the Vermont Natural Heritage Inventory. Liz studied botany and ecology at the University of Maine, the University of Michigan Biological Station, and the University of Vermont.
Eric Sorenson works on natural community inventory and protection, and on conservation planning for Vermont and the Northeast. He is passionate about exploring the natural world, especially wild places, calcareous wetlands, and old forests. He is an ecologist with the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department's Natural Heritage Inventory. Eric studied wildlife biology at the University of Michigan, and plant and peatland ecology at the University of Michigan Biological Station and the University of Maine.
Bob Zaino is an ecologist who revels in exploring the natural world. As a scientist with the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, he works to understand the patterns and distributions of natural communities, and the myriad species they comprise. As a hiker, climber, and paddler, he relishes spruce-clad mountains, granite cliffs, and remote northern waters. Bob strives to connect people to nature, and to protect plants, animals, and wild places for the future. He is a graduate of Bowdoin College and has a master's degree from the University of Vermont's Field Naturalist Program.