Dana Weigel Sheedy

Dana Weigel Sheedy has over 25 years of experience working for federal and tribal agencies, NGOs, and universities throughout the Columbia Basin. Her experience includes conservation genetics, instream flows and river operations, river habitat and ecosystem analyses, and aquatic ecology. She earned an MS and PhD in Fisheries. Dana has a wide array of experience conducting projects and monitoring aquatic ecosystems and sensitive species ranging from phytoplankton/periphyton, macroinvertebrates, water quality, amphibians, and fish. In her spare time she enjoys the rivers, lakes and mountains of the NW from her kayak or raft.

Anthropology, Poetry
Fisheries Science, Water Quality
Fisheries Science, Climate Change, Forestry, Habitat Protection
Economics, Forestry, Habitat Protection
Human Dimensions, Fisheries Management
Film Making, Web Design, Musician
Media, Accessibility
Web Development, Economics
Business, Scuba, Gis
Graphic Design, Creative, Illustration
Uavs, Engineering, Education
Photography, Film Making, Public Speaking
Fisheries Science, Expert Witness, Forestry
Data Analyst

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