Audrey Jones graduated from Montana State University with a BS in Civil/Bio-Resources Engineering, with a focus on all things water – chemistry, mechanics, environmental impacts, and restoration. She conducted undergraduate research in water chemistry in Montana and in the French Polynesia. She has performed a volitional swim study of Arctic Grayling in collaboration with Montana State University and Montana Fish and Wildlife and is a coauthor of the resulting paper. She also had a research internship through Harvard University mapping the progression of beaver dam building and determining corresponding flow data on the Blackfeet Reservation in Montana.
Fun Facts: She is a licensed drone pilot, was a collegiate timber sports athlete for two years, and has been in Roller Derby for over four years.
- Mill District | Healdsburg, CA
- Agriculture Institute of Marin: Center for Food and Agriculture | Marin, CA