Jessie Grossman is a conservation practitioner with a passion for big, wild landscapes and the animals and people that live within them. Her experience and academic background help her integrate forest ecology, biodiversity, species conservation, and climate change into collaborative projects in forest and watershed restoration, wildland protection, and human-wildlife coexistence. She has experience working in conservation at the local and international scale.
Jessie joyfully lives in rural northwest Montana where she takes full advantage of close access to the Scotchman Peaks and other nearby mountain ranges, and their magic in every season. She loves hiking local trails, hunting morel mushrooms and whitetail deer, and exploring on skis.