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Contact us about Yellowstone and Bitterroot Wildlife Internship programs

Our EPI Yellowstone team is based in Missoula, Montana. Contact us with any questions you have about our courses and programming for Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming students. We'll get back to you as soon as we can!

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EPI Yellowstone
315 S 4th Street E, Suite 106
Missoula, MT 59801

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T 406.218.2600
F 406.721.7060

Our Yellowstone Staff

Erin Clark, program director
Erin brings a background in forest research and wilderness monitoring with the U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to EPI’s Yellowstone program. A New York native, she’s left behind eastern white pine to embrace whitebark pine and all of its associated critters. Her field work as a Master of Forest Science student at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies allowed her to study forest systems domestically and abroad. When it comes to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Erin is equally enamored of Yellowstone’s history, geothermal features, and fire ecology. When not at the office, you might find her trail running in one of Montana's spectacular wilderness areas.

Erin Roghaar, summer program supervisor
While an undergraduate student, Erin went to the Galapagos Islands through an undergraduate research and art scholarship. She loved finding and photographing the beauty of ecological study. It was this time in the Galapagos that inspired Erin to become an educator. Erin has a Master's in natural resource management and environmental education from Utah State University, as well as being a certified environmental educator and a Utah master naturalist. Prior to joining the EPI Yellowstone team, Erin was a director of education for nature centers in Utah and Iowa.

Rachel Garwin, winter program supervisor
Rachel grew up in Washington, D.C. Her strong belief in the power of learning while immersed in a place-based experience brought her to EPI after a six year career as an instructor for the Voyageur Outward Bound School in northern Minnesota. She holds a Master's degree from the University of Vermont Field Naturalist and Ecological Planning Program and studied environmental and conservation issues from an interdisciplinary perspective as an undergraduate at Harvard University. Rachel enjoys backpacking, downhill and cross-country skiing, reading lengthy novels, sleeping under the stars, and staring at tiny plants. Rachel oversees EPI's Yellowstone winter program as well as the Bitterroot Wildlife Internship program.


Daniel Fleming, program coordinator
Daniel grew up in Arkansas. He moved to McCall, Idaho in 2010 after graduating from Florida's Eckerd College to teach at the McCall Outdoor Science School. He finished his masters degree at the University of Idaho in 2011 and has spent six years working in the outdoor/experiential education field since both in and out of the classroom, including two summers as a EPI Yellowstone field instructor. Daniel loves all of the outdoor recreation the west has to offer and you might find him trail running with his dog, skiing, rock climbing, drinking coffee, camping, cooking, or even exploring thrift stores. As our program coordinator, Daniel supports the Yellowstone winter and summer programs, as well as the Bitterroot Wildlife Internship program.


Adam Bavier, recruitment coordinator

After 4 years and many thousands of miles as a field instructor for the Yellowstone program, in 2017 Adam joined the Yellowstone team full time to help recruit, enroll and lead local teeangers on conservation courses in the GYE. Adam finds peace and deep meaning in learning with Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho students in the field, and is never more engaged than when exploring the landscape with these kids. He is a graduate student in science education at Montana State University and a year round resident of Missoula (except when in the field in Yellowstone). His favorite thing to do outside is to try something new and difficult.