Callie grew up in rural Tennessee, spending her days catching crayfish and climbing pine trees. After graduating from The University of the South (Sewanee) with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, she worked as a Post-baccalaureate Fellow with the Sewanee Herbarium and a Sustainability Coordinator. During this time, she pursued research in wetland land use change, plant population genetics, and floristics. Callie recently graduated from the University of Georgia with a PhD in Plant Biology, focusing on the effects of wind disturbance and salvage logging on forest communities and carbon pools.
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