Session Summary

Wylie Carr

USFWS

Dr. Wylie Carr is a conservation social scientist for the Southeast Region of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. His current work focuses primarily on big collaborative efforts like the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy and the Region's At-Risk conservation activities. Prior to joining the Service in 2017, Wylie worked as a post-doctoral research scientist for the U.S. Geological Survey, and a project manager for the Center for Natural Resources and Environmental Policy at the University of Montana. He received his bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies from the University of Virginia, and his master’s and Ph.D. in Resource Conservation from the University of Montana. His graduate work was based in the conservation social sciences with an emphasis on human dimensions of climate change. Wylie and his family generally love any form of outdoor recreation. When he has free time, Wylie is an enthusiastic fly-fisherman, mountain biker, and snowboarder.

Abstract

This roundtable discussion examines the intersection of two trends shaping the future of wildlife conservation. The first is growing recognition that challenges to ecological sustainability require work across multiple... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Wylie Carr (USFWS)

Topic Area

Topics: Private Lands Conservation

Session

T-3C » Effective Stakeholder and Public Engagement at Multiple Scales (13:00 - Tuesday, 19th September, Assembly Hall C)