Research Technician | 907-786-6357 | blbernard (at) alaska.edu
Bonnie Bernard holds a B.S. in Biology from Centenary College and pursued a variety of botanical endeavors — including molecular systematics, crop improvement, community gardening, and native plant production— during her undergraduate career. She then moved to Alaska as a Conservation and Land Management Intern and served as field botanist for various restoration and vegetation mapping projects around the state. Since joining the ACCS Vegetation Ecology program, her work has focused primarily on plant community description, riparian ecology, and ecosystems of conservation concern. When not talking to plants, she also enjoys backpacking, skiing, paddling, hunting, fishing, and geologizing her way around this vast and lovely landscape.