EFETAC Biological Scientist Supports Southern Research Station Tribal Relations
Serra Hoagland (left), EFETAC biological scientist and doctoral student at Northern Arizona University, serves as a point of contact for Southern Research Station (SRS) Tribal Relations initiatives. In this role, Serra supports efforts to coordinate SRS engagement with tribal governments and members. As the Forest Service develops a strategic plan for tribal research, Serra will participate in discussions to develop research and tools to support tribal needs. Serra is Laguna Pueblo and serves on numerous local, regional, and national American Indian organizations including the Intertribal Timber Council, the American Indian Science & Engineering Society, and the Native Peoples Wildlife Management Working Group.