Holly Copeland is a conservation scientist with the Wyoming Chapter of the Nature Conservancy based in Lander, Wyoming. Recently, her work has varied widely. When not studying mule deer corridors and sage-grouse, she works on mapping wetland condition, analyzing condor movement and foraging behavior in California, and energy development planning in Argentina.
Can we develop America's energy resources in a smarter way that has less impact on biodiversity? Conservancy scientist Holly Copeland explains one way it might just happen. More
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