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Lisa Flowers



  • Higher Ed: Science, Teacher: Science, Researcher, Evaluator 


Lisa, recently earned her Ph.D. in Forestry with an emphasis in conservation education at the University of Montana. She was a Center for Learning & Teaching doctoral fellow and member of the evaluation team. Her college career led to a bachelor's degree in botany with a minor in geology, and a master's degree in science teaching. Since 1994, she has been instrumental in developing, implementing, and evaluating the science-based conservation education program for the Boone and Crockett Club. The program's education center is based on a 6,000 acre working cattle ranch located west of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, and south of Glacier National Park and the Blackfeet Indian Reservation. Lisa is a Montana certified secondary science teacher who taught biology, zoology, human anatomy, and life science, and for the past 13 years, has taught outdoor education programs for teachers and students GK-12. She lives on a small grain and hay farm northeast of Choteau, Montana along the front range of the Rocky Mountains with her husband, a State game warden and investigator, and her adventuresome high school aged daughter. She was born in Richmond, Virginia, move to Colorado at the age of five; she has lived in Montana since 1973. 


Life Science
conservation education
Conservation Education Evaluation 


Flowers, Alice B., Evaluating the effectiveness of place-based conservation education by applying utilization-focused evaluation, 2007 Dissertation University of Montana