Eamon Engber

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I grew up in northern California and have worked in various natural resource fields over the past decade, from stream restoration to fire management. My research and land management interests revolve around fire ecology, from fire?s role in shaping forest, woodland, and grassland structure to the ecological significance of leaf litter flammability. I received an M.S. in forestry in 2010 from Humboldt and currently work for the Wildland Fire Laboratory here at Humboldt doing fire ecology and fuels management research. I have also worked as a forestry technician for Redwood National Park implementing fuels management and prescribed fire projects. I hold a B.S. in Natural Resources (conservation and resource studies) from UC Berkeley (2004).