Carianne Campbell


Since joining the Sky Island Alliance team in 2013, I am enjoying learning the plants of higher elevations and wet places in the Sky Islands. I have over 15 years of restoration experience throughout the desert southwest, but mostly in the dry washes and desert uplands. I am very excited about how we connect people to the sky islands through ecological restoration projects – improving habitat for wildlife and the lifting human spirits at the same time. I’m the Vice President of the Southwest Chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration, and in the past have served as President of the Tucson Chapter of the Arizona Native Plant Society and as the Wildlife Habitat Representative on the City of Tucson Landscape Advisory Committee. I specialize in using vegetation ecology field methods to develop and monitor restoration projects; designing and implementing invasive species management plans; and applying novel low-tech approaches to achieve restoration objectives. I studied Botany at Prescott College can often be found lying on the ground looking at flowers.

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