Brett Engstrom, M.S. (MRM Core) teaches Recreation Resource Management. He has a M.S. in Botany, Field Naturalist Program. He has completed over 75 projects in Vermont and other areas of New England and NY inventorying natural communities, and rare, threatened, and endangered plants; mapping vegetation and natural communities using GIS, including some very large areas such as the town of Woodstock, VT, and Nulhegan Unit, Conte U.S. Fish & Wildlife Refuge in Essex Co., VT. Clients include: the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, NatureServe, The Nature Conservancy, The Conservation Fund, Vermont Natural Heritage Information Project, VT Military Department, New Hampshire Natural Heritage Bureau, town conservation commissions, engineering and environmental consulting firms, and private individuals and groups.