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Liz is currently a writing intern at the environmental news site Mongabay[ and a community organizer for She is excited about combining her passions for science, environmental issues, writing and adventure!]
After graduating in 2010 with Liz Kimbrough is a BPhD candidate at Tulane University in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.SYou can find her in New Orleans studying endophytic fungi, playing her washboard, and writing about science for mongabay. com. Liz received her BS in Botany from [[Humboldt State University]]in 2010. After graduating, Liz worked as a field research assistant in the Peruvian Amazon, conducted rare plant surveys on Pacific Northwest timberlands, served as the first travel intern Travel Intern for Appropedia,, attended worked as a yoga teacher training, conducted rare plant surveys on Pacific Northwest timber landstutor in Italy, taught preschool science to kids in San Diego. Liz began interning for tropical science and worked as an Au Pair conservation news site in Torino, ItalyJuly of 2012 and quickly discovered a passion for bringing science and environmental news to the public. She is now living has written over 50 articles for the site and writing is the writer of the “Innovation in CaliforniaTropical Forest Conservation” interview series. In addition, Liz has written for the World Conference of Science Journalists, the Public Library of Science and the Global Forest Reporting Network.

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