More About Danielle
Danielle is an ecosystem steward who strives to serve her community through impactful landscape regeneration. She is currently studying landscape design at Mira Costa college, with the goal of combining her background in ecology, sustainability, and GIS with landscape design to build high functioning ecosystems. Danielle has nearly two years of prior multidisciplinary project experience spanning multiple federal agencies, including the USFS, BLM, and NPS. Projects range from inventories of karst caves, Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) Reclamation surveys, plant propagation, nursery management, overnight wilderness patrols, endangered species surveys, and habitat restoration projects within San Diego County.
Danielle is certified in the California Rapid Assessment Method (CRAM) and recently applied to the Society for Ecological Restoration’s Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner (CERPIT) program. She is a member of the California Native Plant Society, Association of Environmental Professionals, American Society of Landscape Architects, and the Society for Ecological Restoration. Danielle received her B.S. in Environmental Studies with a minor in GIS from San Diego State University (SDSU).