Co-Chair Corey Ellis

Ellis-BHA-3Co-Chair Corey Ellis, of New Hampshire, is an avid backpacker, hiker, flyfisherman, bird-and-bow-hunter, and river-runner.  He is new to New England and New Hampshire, having lived and traveled through most of the Rocky Mountain States and Alaska.  He is currently working as a bartender, but has a degree in environmental studies from Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO, and worked as a fisheries research assistant in Montana.  He helped develop an educational and awareness program for the National Conservation Lands Foundation and worked with the "Great Old Broads for Wilderness/Healthy Lands Project” developing OHV monitoring programs and methodologies for the National Forest Service.

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