Jordon is a Master’s student in Conservation Ecology and Environmental Informatics at the University of Michigan and was hired on as a caretaker in fall 2016. Before coming to Michigan, he studied biology and population genetics at the University of Vermont. He has since worked as a biological technician with the National Park Service and US Fish and Wildlife. His current research is focused on aspects of forest and community ecology as well as how invasive plant species become successful in novel environments. In his spare time (which is rare these days), Jordon enjoys being hiking in the backcountry, fishing, and reading.
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