About > People > Edward K. Faison
Ed has been ecologist at Highstead since 2007. He holds master’s degrees from Harvard and the University of Vermont and is a Ph.D candidate in the Massachusetts Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at the University of Massachusetts. His work focuses on the role of deer and moose browsing in disturbed and undisturbed forests, long-term forest monitoring and change, and the synthesis and communication of ecological topics to the general public. Ed also co-leads the Ungulate-Forest Dynamics project at Harvard Forest’s Long-term Ecological Research Site and is coordinator of the Wildlands and Woodlands Stewardship Science Project.
Ed can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.