Charles Schelz, BLM Ecologist, has worked throughout the West for 30 years. A botanist and ecologist, he has worked primarily for the National Park Service and Forest Service. He has been an instructor at San Francisco State University; and a consultant with The Nature Conservancy and other private and public organizations. His primary interests include ecological condition and change, research, restoration, and collaboration.
As the ecologist at Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, Charlie Schelz will be involved in the inventory and monitoring of the biodiversity. He will work closely with a wide variety of groups, students, youth, and researchers; surveying, and developing studies that help us understand species composition, and ecological structure and function, or how all the pieces work together. He will use this information to better manage the monument for biodiversity, and to accomplish this through collaboration with a diverse array of local, national, and international groups.
Contact: Charles Schelz, Ecologist, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
3040 Biddle Road, Medford, Oregon 97504 Tel. 541.618.2244