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Cassandra Moseley  

Director of the Ecosystem Workforce Program in the Institute for a Sustainable Environment at the University of Oregon

By understanding the relationships between ecological health, economic well-being, and a vibrant democracy, we create the building blocks of a sustainable society. The Ecosystem Workforce Program was founded in 1994 to support the development of a high-skill, high-wage ecosystem management industry in the Pacific Northwest. Since that time, it has fostered forest-based sustainable rural development in forest communities by developing a restoration workforce training curriculum and supporting local quality jobs programs in forest communities. EWP supports community-based forestry programs through applied research projects, such as understanding the distribution of benefits from federal forest management and the working conditions of forest workers, and by working collaboratively with forest communities to educate national policymakers about impacts of forest policy on forest communities and landscapes.

Cassandra Moseley is the Director of the Ecosystem Workforce Program in the Institute for a Sustainable Environment at the University of Oregon. Moseley received her BA in Mathematics and Government from Cornell University and M. Phil, MA, and PhD degrees in Political Science from Yale University. She is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Forestry.

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