Anthony works with the Teton Regional Land Trust conservation team to complete land management and conservation-related duties including weed management, grazing, fencing, and watering on approximately 1,350 acres in Teton Valley. He also assists with the stewardship of conservation easement properties. Anthony writes baseline studies for potential conservation easements, writes management plans for fee-owned properties and completes habitat restoration projects.
Anthony has a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science with a concentration in Ecology. He has worked in the Frank Church Wilderness as a backcountry ranger surveying backcountry trail and campsite use. He also worked for Oregon State University researching forest stand dynamics and ecology, and performed wetland mapping in Alaska before coming to the Land Trust. Anthony enjoys touring for epic powder days in Grand Teton National Park and Teton Pass. He also enjoys fly fishing the rivers of eastern Idaho and spending time outdoors with his wife.