Habitat Conservation Specialist
Trevor works with Washington County residents to reach their conservation goals. Having spent his youth searching for lizards, snakes, and spiders along the Rio Grande River in the Southwest, he learned to love the trees, creeks, and berries of the Pacific Northwest after moving here in middle school.
While studying Environmental Science at the University of Oregon, Trevor monitored oak woodlandsOak Woodlands A mix of oak trees and shrubs. and tracked the spread of weeds in the McKenzie River Watershed. He has also restored habitat along Johnson Creek with Johnson Creek Watershed Council and helped people make their yards more inviting to wildlife with the Backyard Habitat Program.
On the weekends you can find Trevor looking for swimming holes along the Sandy River, identifying new plants, or trying to improve his mediocre guitar skills.