This month SFEC welcomes our new program assistant, Madison Rodman, to the Cloquet Forestry Center. Madison comes to us from Oregon State University, where she recently completed a Master's degree focused on plant ecology and biological control of weeds. Her background also includes experience with curriculum and course design, grant writing and budget management, interpretation, outreach, and scientific communication. This diverse background will be a great asset to SFEC. Madison is also a University of Minnesota alum, with a CBS B.S. in 2013.
As SFEC program assistant, Madison assumes primary responsibility for tracking continuing education credits for Forest Stewardship Plan preparers and coordinating SFEC communications, event logistics, registration, billing, and related tasks. As such, she will be the primary point of contact for most SFEC-related inquiries. Madison will also assist with the National Advanced Silviculture Program, a collaboration between the US Forest Service and other federal agencies, the UMN Department of Forest Resources, and SFEC.
Please help us welcome Madison back to Minnesota. You can reach her at email@example.com