Savanna Smith has extensive experience conducting rare plant inventories and monitoring, with a focus on Colorado’s rare flora. She is contracted full-time to the Colorado Natural Areas Program, where she provides botanical expertise and manages the volunteer steward program. She enjoys conducting field work in all areas of the state, from the grasslands along the Arikaree River all the way up to some of Colorado’s highest peaks. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Biology and a minor in Ecological Restoration from Colorado State University.
B.A., Fish, Wildlife, & Conservation Biology - Colorado State University
Fort Collins, 2017