Chelsea Taylor was raised in Clio, Michigan, yet has always had a love of the North. Chelsea earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Wildlife Biology from the University of Michigan-Flint in May 2015. While completing her undergraduate degree, she studied feral swine determining their populations, behaviors, and looking at what havoc they were causing. Her field related experience includes an internship at the Platte River State Fish Hatchery conducting fish inventories and water tests while maintaining clean raceways. She was a Park Naturalist for Genesee County Parks at the For-Mar Nature Preserve leading nature hikes and caring for the Nature Center’s critters. She also worked a season at the Holly State Recreation Area providing park improvements and quality visitor services. She loves to kayak, camp, hike, and anything to do with animals. Chelsea looks forward to promote and ensure conservation in Northern Michigan through her service at the Grand Traverse Conservation District as a Huron Pines AmeriCorps member.
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