Moderator for the 2017 Hagenstein Lectures with Meghan Tuttle

Meghan Tuttle discovered a passion for forestry while volunteering as an Interpretive Park Ranger at the Hoh Rainforest in the Olympic National Park. Her family homesteaded on the Olympic Peninsula in the late 1800s and she was raised in Forks, Washington where she spent her childhood hiking, camping and collecting rocks from the beach. After graduating in geology-environmental studies from Whitman College, Meghan began her career enhancing fish habitat and improving water quality on forest roads. She works at Weyerhaeuser as a Forest Land Use Manager where she focuses on collaborative projects involving forest landowners, federal agencies, state foresters and non-profits.