Chelsea Drum shares an expertise and a passion for forest ecology and management. Chelsea received her B.S. in Forest Resources from the University of Washington. Chelsea continued her education at the University of Florida, earning a M.S. in Forest Resources and Conservation with a minor in Soil and Water Science. Continuing her graduate education, Chelsea also worked at Virginia Tech in Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation. Her research at UF and VT examined the effects of silvicultural treatments on soil carbon and nutrient cycling. Family and love of PNW forests brought Chelsea back to the Olympic Peninsula.