Patricia Gordon-Reedy, M.A.

Botanist, Vegetation Ecologist
Phone
623-388-3046
Email
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Patricia Gordon-Reedy is a Botanist/Senior Vegetation Ecologist with 30 years of experience in endangered species research and conservation planning for private, government, and non-profit sectors throughout the western U.S. and in Europe.  She has been involved in all phases of Natural Community Conservation Planning programs in multiple ecosystem types throughout California—preserve design for endangered species, developing protocols and conducting rare plant surveys, large-scale vegetation mapping and classification, research and risk assessments for invasive plants, and writing prescriptive habitat management and monitoring plans.  She is effective in working with scientists and land managers to synthesize and apply the latest scientific research to practical land management and conservation issues.  Ms. Gordon-Reedy developed an adaptive management framework plan for the federally threatened and state endangered plant, Acanthomintha ilicifolia, and worked with the California Invasive Plant Council and other partners to map invasive species and develop a regional strategy for prioritizing treatments of invasive plants in San Diego County, CA.  She serves on several regional subcommittees and working groups in San Diego, including subcommittees on Vegetation Mapping and Rare Plant Survey Protocols and an Acanthomintha working group.

Projects

Conservation Assessment of Orange County
Establishing specific conservation objectives to improve landscape integrity and connectivity
Habitat Management Plan, Northstar
Developing conservation goals for land use and natural resources management at Northstar-at-Tahoe
Community Crossroads, Escondido Creek
Preserving San Elijo Lagoon as the jewel of Southern California’s remaining coastal wetlands

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