Zachary Scott is a restoration field crew member with five seasons of ecological field work experience. Scott joined AES in November 2017 and his primary role is to restore pine bush habitat by the removal of invasive plants and seeding native species.
He volunteered as an AmeriCorps member for the Center for Natural Lands Management in WA, restoring prairie habitat and conducting an extensive plant-pollinator survey. He has co-authored research on blueberry pollination and bumble-bee population genetics.
He worked three summers as a research assistant at the University of Massachusetts Extension Cranberry Experiment Station, conducting field surveys and collecting ecological data.