California Department of Fish and Widlife
Sakura R. Evans
earned a PhD in Environmental Anthropology and an M.N.R. in Natural Resources from the University of Georgia. She recently published a paper in Appalachian Journal on her research examining stream management decision-making among landowners in North Carolina titled “Exurbanization and Its Impacts on Water Resources: Stream Management Among Newcomer and Generational Landowners in Southern Appalachia.” This research was supported by funding from the National Science Foundation while Dr. Evans was a research assistant with the Coweeta Long-Term Ecological Research Program and a research associate with the Coweeta Listening Project. Dr. Evans currently works as a Senior Environmental Scientist with the Interagency Ecological Program at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife in Stockton, California.