Terri Schulz

Terri Schulz has worked for The Nature Conservancy in Colorado for more than 15 years. She leads large-scale Colorado conservation planning efforts for the Conservancy and has assisted in training Conservancy and partner staff in the Rocky Mountains, as well as in Thailand and China. Terri also is the franchise lead for the Coaches Conservation Network for the Rocky Mountains and Pacific Northwest Regions, and on the executive board for the Conservation Coaches Network. 

In addition to her work in planning, Terri is directly involved in making land management decisions on Conservancy properties and projects around Colorado. Her particular conservation interests include addressing invasive species threats and enhancing native plant communities through active management. Terri was one of the founding members of the Colorado Weed Advisory Committee for the Colorado Department of Agriculture.

Terri earned a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and a M.S. in Range Ecology from Colorado State University. Growing up in Atlanta, she enjoyed spending summers camping in Colorado and Wyoming, and on her grandparents' ranch in Texas. He interest in wildlife started while working at Ring Lake Ranch, a nonprofit ecumenical retreat center and dude ranch in Wyoming’s Wind River Mountains. She is currently the President of the Board of Ring Lake Ranch and helped oversee the establishment of a conservation easement on this property in 2008.

Contact Terri Schulz

The Nature Conservancy in Colorado
Director of Landscape Science and Management
1228 15th Street
Suite 402
Denver, Colorado  80202
Phone: 720-974-7024
Fax: 303-996-2017


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