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Ross Trevino
Restoration Ecologist

Ross Trevino

Ross Trevino, born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, has 10 years of professional experience in the field of crop and soil science.

As a university student, Ross worked as an undergraduate researcher and summer intern where he participated in management of projects and researched herbicide resistant cotton varieties. After graduation, he completed a summer internship with the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service in Hugo, Oklahoma conducting field surveys, soil sampling, plant inventories and wetland delineation surveys for landowners and members of the Choctaw Nation.

Mr. Trevino then moved to California where he has gained five years of experience in plant breeding bio-technology conducting research on canola, rice, flax soy and wheat. Previously as a technician with GSRC, Ross assisted with restoration projects throughout California and Arizona and helped to develop the nursery located in Fallbrook, CA.

Ross returns to GSRC as a Restoration Ecologist, Assistant Office and Nursery Manager where he will continue to assist with daily operations in the field and nursery, manage data collection and summary, report writing, office admin and organizational tasks.

Ross is a graduate of Texas A&M University receiving a degree in Plant and Environmental Soil Science.

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