Kirsten Gallo, Ph.D. is an ecologist currently serving as the chief of the Inventory and Monitoring Division of the National Park Service, a program that monitors the condition of natural resources in 300 parks in the United States. She committed her career to promoting stewardship of public lands and interdependence between humans and the environment.
Work by Kirsten Gallo
Nature and Humanity as Source of Life, Living and Everyday Transformation
People are intimately tied to our natural environment. Our bodies are composed of water, we need clean air to breathe, and we need healthy and fertile soils to produce nutritious foods. Beyond that, nature has always been a source of inspiration and beauty for me. It shows me how to live. When I’m struggling with […]