About

Jen Titus

Jen in Camas My background is in natural resources - a bachelors degree in
Environmental Science and a Masters Degree in Fisheries Management. I
worked some in fisheries before entering the AmeriCorps VISTA program. I
have worked in and with several groups and agencies, but the VISTA
program with its philosophy of service and training at the community
level pushed me into a new avenue of working in natural resources. I
spent three years with a watershed education group before launching
Camas Project Solutions. Camas is my way of offerring assistance to
great natural resource and community work.

Credential Highlights

Education

Fisheries Management, MS, West Virginia University, 2004

Environmental Studies, BA, Alfred University, 2001

Current Work:

Big Hole Watershed Committee Conservation Programs Coordinator: 2010 - Present

Wise River Community Foundation Board of Director: 2010 - Present

Past Work:

Wise River Ranger District Recycling Program

Butte Citizens for Preservation & Revitalization Grant Committee

2009 Montana Environmental Educator of the Year Award, MEEA

Northern Rockies Outdoor Center, Program Director, 2007

Clark Fork Watershed Education Program Field Coordinator, 2007 - 2009

AmeriCorps VISTA Program @ Clark Fork Watershed Education Program, 2006 - 2007