Food for Thought: A Walk in Squam Forest with Kelly Omand

Join us for a Food for Thought  A Walk in Squam Forest with Kelly Omand from Nantucket Conservation Foundation.

Kelly Omand (M.S. Antioch University New England, B.S. University of New Hampshire) is an Ecologist and Botanist for the Science and Stewardship Department of the Nantucket Conservation Foundation. Her research interests include the Nantucket flora, forest ecology, restoration of native plant communities, invasive plant ecology and management, and island ecology. Kelly is a New Hampshire native who previously worked at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, and Acadia National Park, before joining the NCF staff in 2008.



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