Jeremy A. Rich (March – Sept. 2014)

Jeremy A. Rich graduated from UC Davis with a Bachelors Degree of Science with the major of Agricultural Management and Range Land Resources.  While at UC Davis he studied agriculture and conservation biology related issues  in California and abroad.  Some of his works at UC Davis are the the writing of, for an irrigation reservoir, the Salt Spring Valley Reservoir Management Plan.  His studies have motivated him to start surveying and educating ranchers in the Sierra Nevada foothills and range lands about reintroducing Pronghorn Antelope and Tule Elk onto private and public lands in the area.  Jeremy is an agricultural intern for the SPAWN’s native plant database, greenhouse, and shade houses.