Chloe Burnstein, a dynamic individual with roots in both Colorado and Washington, now finds her home in the Flathead Valley near Missoula. With four seasons of experience in Glacier National Park, Chloe has honed her skills in various roles, including educating with the Glacier Institute and teaching at a forest school. Her expertise extends to gear maintenance and trip planning, and she's passionate about traveling, having explored South America and eagerly anticipating her return. Joining the Ecology Project International, Chloe looks forward to immersing herself in a new community, embracing the diverse setting, and delving into the ecology that resonates deeply with the Missoula community. Her interests are as varied as her professional experiences, spanning climbing, running, backpacking, skiing, learning Spanish, metalsmith work, and teaching dance to underserved and lower socioeconomic groups. Chloe's enthusiasm for environmental education and community engagement makes her an invaluable addition to the EPI team.