Adam began his career in the Swan Valley, MT after completing the
Landscape & Livelihood Field Semester in 2004.
Since then he has immersed himself studying the ecology of the
northern Rockies, with a special emphasis on interpreting
wildlife tracks and sign. At the Swan Valley Connections organization
Adam is the field coordinator for
the Southwestern Crown Carnivore Project, an assessment of
Canada lynx, wolverine, and fisher populations in our region.
He is also one of the founders of Swan Valley Bear Resources,
a cooperative that works to reduce bear-human conflict.
Adam brings a wealth of ecological literacy from the field
into Biogeography, Field Ecology of Threatened and Endangered Species,
and tracking. When he isn't teaching or working in the field,
you can find Adam in the woods maintaining remote wildlife cameras.