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Carly Innis

Bitterroot Wildlife Internship Coordinator

Originally from Springville, California, Carly now resides in Missoula, Montana, bringing a fervor for environmental conservation and a diverse background. She holds a BS in Environmental Systems with a minor in Earth Science from the University of California San Diego.
Carly's global perspective stems from two impactful summer study abroad programs in Switzerland and Iceland. Her experiences fueled a commitment to international conservation and community engagement. Carly has contributed her skills to various educational institutions, including an outdoor science school, elementary school, and community science center.

Driven by her passion, Carly pursued an MS in Resource Conservation at the University of Montana, specializing in International Conservation and Development. Her research in the Global Climate Ecology lab focused on human dimensions in mountain lake ecosystems. Carly also served as a Teaching Assistant in the College of Forestry and Conservation.

Excited to bring her expertise to EPI, Carly joins a community dedicated to ecological and conservation sciences. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking, backpacking, skiing, and engaging in recreational sports like volleyball and kickball. Carly's love for water, especially mountain lakes, is evident in her research and her choice of outdoor activities.

Carly Innis is not just EPI's Bitterrom Wildlife Internship Coordinator; she is a passionate advocate for environmental stewardship, ready to inspire the next generation of conservationists.

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