Kimberly Bohn, Ph.D.
- B.S. (1994) in Environmental Science from Boston University
- M.S. (2001) and Ph.D (2005) in Forest Resource Management from the State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry
My interest in forestry began as an undergraduate student with an internship with the US Forest Service, Northern Research Station. My forestry education and graduate research then focused on silviculture of northern hardwoods, with emphasis on long-term productivity and species composition. While working in Florida, I also became very active in research and collaborative efforts related to non-native invasive plant management. I also taught a number of forestry and natural resource classes including Forest Ecology, Silviculture, and Natural Resource Sampling.
As an Extension Educator at Penn State I educate both private landowners and forestry professionals on silvicultural activities and management that promote forest health, productivity, and long-term sustainability.