Meg Harrington - St. Lawrence University B.S 2014
Meg is a master’s student in the Department of Environmental Conservation at UMass Amherst.
As part of the Family Forest Research Center, her studies focus on the relationship between landowners and wildlife. Through personal interviews, a mail survey, and fieldwork in Vermont, her thesis aims to understand the efficacy of technical assistance programs for family forest owners and wildlife conservation.
Meg received her BS in Conservation Biology from St. Lawrence University in 2014. Before joining the Family Forest Research Center, she spent four years as a field biologist in New Hampshire and California.