Restoration Staff

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Lisa Stratton

Mon, 12/03/2012 - 14:00 -- zack
Title: 
Director of Ecosystem Management
E-Mail: 
stratton@ccber.ucsb.edu
Phone: 
(805) 893-4158
About: 
Lisa Stratton has been the Director of Ecosystem Management for UCSB's Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration (CCBER) since 2005. As the manager of the campus lagoon and other open space areas on campus, she has been active in pursuing opportunities to restore native habitat, improve water quality, and support biodiversity, including threatened and endangered species. She received her PhD at University of Hawaii-Manoa, her Masters from University of Wisconsin-Madison and her undergraduate degree at Stanford. She has been a change agent on the landscape committee since the inception of UCSB's sustainability commitment and worked towards promoting sustainable, non-invasive, low water landscapes that celebrate UCSB's unique location within a matrix of natural habitats and wetlands. In addition Lisa supports restoration through grants, promotes research, and works through collaboration with a diversity of local, state, and federal partners.

Oliver Fahrner

Mon, 08/05/2019 - 09:03 -- scancelmo
Title: 
Restoration Assistant
E-Mail: 
oliverfahrner@ucsb.edu
About: 
Oliver started as a student worker at CCBER in the summer of 2018 as he was finishing up his Biology B.S. at UCSB. After spending his first year out of school away, he returned to CCBER in summer 2019 and is currently enjoying his full time position working as a Restoration Assistant for NCOS.

Carlomagno Calderon

Mon, 08/05/2019 - 09:01 -- scancelmo
Title: 
Restoration Assistant
E-Mail: 
carlo.cldrn@gmail.com
About: 
Carlomagno became involved with CCBER the summer of 2018 doing restoration in NCOS, as well as being a herbarium intern for CCBER's Collection Department Winter of 2019. After completing his BS in Environmental Studies from UCSB in 2019, he went on to become a restoration assistant, and now spends most of his days at NCOS.

Hayden Hennigan

Mon, 08/05/2019 - 08:58 -- scancelmo
Title: 
Restoration Assistant
E-Mail: 
hchennigan@ucsb.edu
About: 
Hayden started working with CCBER in early 2018 as an intern at the San Clamente project and graduated with a BS in communication. He currently works as a restoration assistant at the North Campus Open Space project.

Lauren Weichert

Fri, 02/22/2019 - 11:43 -- scancelmo
Title: 
Restoration Assistant
E-Mail: 
weichert@ccber.ucsb.edu
About: 
Lauren began working for CCBER as a student worker at the Manzanita Vernal Pools and NCOS in spring of 2018. After graduating from UCSB in 2018 with a BS in Environmental Studies, she became a restoration assistant spending most of her time at NCOS.

Jeremiah Bender

Fri, 02/22/2019 - 11:41 -- scancelmo
Title: 
Restoration Assistant
About: 
Jeremiah began his involvement with CCBER as a student volunteer in the arthropod collection 2016. Since then, he has interned both for the NCOS arthropod survey project and scientific communications team, and joined the restoration staff after graduating with a BA in Environmental Studies in 2018. Jeremiah currently works on the North Campus Open Space project as a restoration assistant.

Chris Berry

Tue, 04/17/2018 - 09:11 -- Ryan Clark
Title: 
Campus Lagoon Steward
E-Mail: 
berry@ccber.ucsb.edu
About: 
Chris came to CCBER in 2015, starting as a student worker, and became a full-fledged restoration assistant after graduating from UCSB with a BS in Environmental Studies. Chris currently works on the South Parcel and NCOS restoration projects.

Ryan Clark

Fri, 04/29/2016 - 09:37 -- Rachel
Title: 
Monitoring Coordinator
E-Mail: 
clark@ccber.ucsb.edu
Phone: 
(831)-420-7311
About: 
Ryan is from the San Diego region, but has spent a few years in various places, including Minnesota, Northern California, New Zealand and Europe. He has a BS in Ecology and MS in Wildlife Management. Ryan handles several roles at CCBER, such as: coordinating hydrology and water quality monitoring of NCOS and Devereux Slough, mentoring undergraduate interns on ecology and data research projects, managing our data and GIS systems, and contributing to outreach on our website.

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