Kristy Smith moved to Wyoming in the Summer of 2018 to continue her work in habitat assessment and vegetation analysis after several seasons in Nevada and Northern California. She fell in love with the landscape and its remoteness of the inner mountain west. She graduated from Humboldt State University in 2014 with a Bachelors in Environmental Science and has spent the years since working with state, federal, and non-profit agencies to improve habitat for wildlife and recreational use. Kristy is excited to be joining the TRLT team and play an active role in improving habitat and protecting and preserving natural resources in the Teton Valley. She just completed her first year of a Master GIS certificate program through Utah State University and looks forward to applying that new knowledge to her role as a Land Steward. When she is not in the office or monitoring conservation easements, you can find her out mountain biking, trail running, rock climbing, backpacking, backcountry skiing, or identifying native plant species.