Eliza Spear

Natural Resource Scientist

I am a natural resource scientist with experience and background in wetland, forest, and meadow restoration; wetland delineation; invasive species control; and park and trail maintenance and construction. I’ve worked and trained in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Oregon, and Washington. At Herrera, I conduct wetland and stream delineations; vegetation monitoring of mitigation and restoration sites; and write technical reports to go along with these projects. I enjoy spending time in the outdoors at work and in my free time, and on weekends you can often find me on a trail, or in a wooden canoe.

BS, Environmental Science, College of William and Mary
Favorite Species
My favorite species tends to change with the season, but my favorite Latin name is Blechnum spicant.
Hidden Talent
Campsite cooking