Education and Outreach

Erin Wall
Education and Outreach Training
Erin discovered her passion for watershed conservation while studying abroad in New Zealand. This led her earn a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Chemistry from the University of Georgia. Erin was a Big Sky Watershed Corps member in 2013 and is currently working for MSU Extension-Water Quality. In her spare time, Erin enjoys hiking, traveling, knitting, pottery, and snowboarding.
Sheena Pate
Education and Outreach Events
Sheena is the Project Coordinator of the Crown of the Continent Geotourism Council, a network of communities, tourism bureaus, conservation and business groups, and others working together to encourage responsible tourism within the trans-boundary Crown. Her passion for bringing people together to work towards sustaining and enhancing the character of geographical places led her to earn a degree in Watershed Science from Colorado State University and a degree in Environmental Studies from University of Montana. She was drawn to the Crown of the Continent over 10 years ago, because of its distinct communities and access to unspoiled landscapes. She has enjoyed working as a community liaison, program and project coordinator, conservation educator and hydrologic technician to various entities, in Colorado and Montana. Based in Columbia Falls, Montana, she can be found exploring waters with her fly fishing guide husband, son, and two dogs or blazing trails by foot or on skis.