Land Protection Coordinator
Kaylan’s responsibilities include serving as the initial contact for landowners interested in protecting their properties, coordinating ongoing land conservation projects, and working directly with landowners to design conservation easements that meet their goals and the standards of the Conservancy and Land Trust Alliance.
Kaylan has a diverse background in the natural sciences. Before joining the Conservancy in 2019, she worked at the Wyoming Natural Diversity Database (Wyoming’s Natural Heritage Program) as Species Information Coordinator, and before that as an Office Associate and Research Technician at the Wyoming Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit. In graduate school she studied the relative influence of road characteristics and habitat on lizard populations in southwest Wyoming.
Kaylan has an M.S. in Zoology & Physiology from the University of Wyoming and a B.A. in Geoarchaeology with a minor in Environmental Studies from Hamilton College.
Favorite Protected Place
Medicine Bow National Forest
Hiking, listening to music, cooking, reading