Nicole Cyr grew up in Southwest Colorado, where she developed an appreciation of nature, wildlife, and animals. She earned a B.S. in Wildlife Biology and a minor in Environmental Science from Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado. Nicole worked as a seasonal for the US Fish and Wildlife Service through the Student Conservation Association, as a Range Technician for the US Forest Service, as a Park Guide for the US National Park Service, and as an Environmental Compliance Specialist for Chevron Phillips Chemical Company before moving to Teton Valley to work for TRLT. Like many people, Nicole made some changes during the COVID pandemic. After a short hiatus, when she managed 2nd ACT Thrift and cashiered at Barrels and Bins, Nicole found her way back to TRLT and back to conservation work. She is enjoying reconnecting with landowners, land managers, donors, volunteers, and friends of TRLT who make TRLT’s mission possible.
Nicole enjoys hiking, photography, thrifting, and playing with her four dogs in her free time. She also loves learning about natural remedies, responsible wild harvesting, and different healing modalities.