Conservation and Land Use Specialist, Natural Resources and the Environment
Ingrid joined the team in 2013 and works with municipal and regional partners to integrate conservation of priority natural areas and biodiversity into community inventories and plans. She develops conservation and land use extension programs and tools such as the Hudson Valley Natural Resource Mapper and provides technical assistance to communities in the mid-and upper-Hudson Valley. Ingrid began her career at Hudsonia Ltd., where she worked on a variety of biodiversity mapping and habitat assessment projects. Ingrid earned her MA degree in Geography with an emphasis in ethnobotany at the University of Texas at Austin.
ibh7 [at] cornell.edu
Ingrid in the news
Through a long partnership between Cornell and the DEC, communities in the Hudson watershed have received training, tools and assistance to advance conservation land-use planning and policy.
- Department of Global Development
- Natural Resources and the Environment