Connor Jandreau joins NMLC with a background in conservation biology and conservation partnerships in the intermountain west, Canada, and East Africa. Connor holds a B.A. in studio art, a B.S. in fish, wildlife and conservation biology, both from Colorado State University and an M.S. in Natural Resource Management from the University of Manitoba, Canada. He is especially interested in the new face of collaborative conservation taking flight across the West, and the interplay between tradition and innovation with respect to living on the land ‘without spoiling it’. As an avid outdoorsman, he also revels in the chance to explore New Mexico’s backcountry, whether with skis, boots, bikes, or boats.