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Holly Campbell

Public Service Assistant

Contact Information

Contact Holly Campbell

Phone:
706-363-0198

Campus address

Office:
4-435

About

Education:
B.S.A., Horticulture, University of Georgia, 1998
M.S. in Forest Resources (soil science), University of Georgia, 2015
Biography:

My position at Warnell involves outreach and instruction. My outreach work focuses on wildland fire, community forestry/ arboriculture, woody plant identification, and wild harvesting education in the state and southeastern region. One of my current outreach projects has been the development and delivery of a USDA-NIFA funded project on fire-resistant landscaping, or firescaping. I instruct/ co-instruct a blend of undergraduate and graduate courses and am part of the core faculty of the new Community Forestry and Arboriculture (COFA) area of emphasis. Prior to my position at Warnell, I worked for 5 years with the office of the Southern Regional Extension Forester, where I developed projects on regional and national wildland fire and community forestry projects. Prior to my work at the university, I was a landscape gardener for nearly 15 years.

Area of Speciality:
Recent Citations:

2020. Campbell, J.H., Fawcett, J.E. Fawcett, Godwin, D.R., and Boby, L.A. Smoke Management Guidebook for Prescribed Burning in the Southern Region. Warnell Outreach Publication WSFNR-20-91A

2020. Clabo, D.C. and Campbell, J.H. Restoring Fire to Long-Unburned Pine-Dominated Stands on Georgia Private Lands. Warnell Outreach Publication WSFNR-20-97A

2020. Campbell, J.H. Firescaping: Wildfire-Resistant Landscaping in Georgia. Warnell Outreach Publication WSFNR-20-96A

2020. Campbell, J.H. and Gordon, J. Identifying Selected Oak Trees in Georgia. Warnell Outreach Publication WSFNR-20-93B

2018. Campbell, J.H. and Morris, L.A. Land use and soil legacy in the Lower Coastal Plain: A case study of Wormsloe State Historic Site, Georgia. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 73(4):386-399.

2017. Coyle, D., Nagendra, U., Taylor, T., Campbell, H., Cunard, C., Joslin, A., Mundepi, A., Phillips, C., and Callaham M. Soil fauna responses to natural disturbances, invasive species, and global climate change: Current state of the science and a call to action. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 110.

2016. Campbell, J.H. and Coyle, D. Littleleaf disease: Biology, ecology, and management in southern pines. SREF-SLP-019. Retrieved from http://shortleafpine.net/growing-shortleafpine/forest-health/diseases-and-pests/littleleaf-disease.

2015. Campbell, J.H., Morris, L.A., and Markewitz, D. Combining electromagnetic induction and resistivity imaging with soil sampling to investigate past soil disturbance at Wormsloe State Historic Site, Savannah, GA. Soil Horizons. 56:6.

Teaching, Outreach & Service

Teaching:

COFA 5010 / 7010 Lab- Technical Arboriculture / Tree Health Care (fall)

FANR 1200- Natural History of Georgia (spring, every other year)

FANR 5950- Special Topics: Wild Harvest in Georgia (fall)

FORS 3010 Lab - Dendrology (spring)

FORS 5610 / 7610- Prescribed Fire in the Forest Ecosystems (spring break)

Outreach:

Community forestry and arboriculture

Prescribed fire

Wildfire preparedness and firescaping

Tree identification

Wild harvesting

Soils

Service:

Georgia Tree Council

Warnell Outreach Committee

Warnell Diversity Committee

Winterville Tree Commission

Athens Community Tree Council

ANREP National Extension Wildland Fire Initiative