Lisa Bolton is the Project Manager for TU’s North Coast Coho Project. Lisa is responsible for managing the portfolio of restoration projects that comprise the NCCP ranging from project planning to instream habitat enhancement to forest road decommissioning. She coordinates with NCCP partners to develop, manage and implement restoration projects, both large and small scale, along the North Coast of California. Lisa received her B.S. in Natural Resources Planning at Humboldt State University. Prior to coming to work with TU in 2008, Lisa worked as an independent contractor for several years on various watershed restoration projects in Mendocino County. In addition, she worked as the Watershed Coordinator for the Noyo Watershed Alliance. She also contributed two years to serving her community and the environment through the AmeriCorps Watershed Stewards Project at the Mattole Restoration Council in Petrolia and the California Department of Fish and Game in Fort Bragg.
We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. ~Native American Proverb
flower and veggie gardening
exploring the world through the eyes of her two children - Linnaea and Zavier.