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Emily Hohman

Emily Hohman

Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

  • Forest/ecosystem management
  • Fuels treatment / Prescribed fire
  • Local workforce capacity building
  • Watershed protection/management
  • Wildfire recovery

Emily Hohman is the Executive Director of the Chama Peak Land Alliance, an association of landowners in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico which works to promote good land stewardship on private lands. A native of Michigan, Emily was previously a land manager with The Nature Conservancy for 10 years, the first four years in Michigan and then for six years in Iowa.

Emily earned a Masters of Science degree in Natural Resources Management from Grand Valley State University in Michigan and has a background in land stewardship, including invasive species, bison grazing, and prescribed fire management and is currently an RXB2 trainee. She also has experience working with partners across ownership boundaries, public and private, to facilitate cooperative fire management.