|Address||US Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 5|
Bridget Macdonald provides communications support for the North Atlantic LCC, and writes about the work partners are doing to advance conservation science and action across the region in the face of climate change and development. Her background in science communication includes experience in journalism, research, and more than a decade working as a seasonal park ranger for Cape Cod National Seashore, developing interpretive programs and materials to educate visitors about park resources.
Bridget earned an M.S. in Journalism from Northwestern University in 2009, reporting on economics, agriculture, and the environment, and an M.S. in Environmental Conservation from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in 2013. During her time at UMass, she provided communications support as a research assistant for Outsmart Invasive Species, a citizen-science project using smartphones to map invasive species. After graduating, she worked for two years at the coordinator of the iCons Program, an academic program for undergraduate STEM majors who learn how to collaborate to produce meaningful science as part of interdisciplinary teams.
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|Apr 18, 2017||Coastal Review Online features LCC-supported habitat inventories|
|Apr 07, 2017||North Atlantic LCC Steering Committee Meeting|
|Apr 07, 2017||Handout 9 - Status of projects|
|Apr 07, 2017||Handout 8 - Workshops and Case Studies|
|Apr 07, 2017||Handout 11 - Breakout Guidance|
|Apr 07, 2017||Handout 4 - Meeting Outcomes|
|Apr 07, 2017||Handout 10 - 2017 Science Delivery Needs|
|Apr 06, 2017||Handout - 2016 Annual Report|
|Apr 06, 2017||Handout 1 - Agenda for Steering Committee Meeting|
|Apr 06, 2017||Handout 3 - Minutes from Fall 2016 Meeting|