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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 outreach work at Warnell focuses on wildland fire and community forestry and arboriculture education in Georgia and the southern 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 am also involved in the development and delivery of community forestry trainings, webinars, and publications. Prior to my position at Warnell, I worked for 5 years with the office of the Southern Regional Extension Forester and had the opportunity to work on regional and national fire and community forestry initiatives and projects. In my earlier career, I was a landscape gardener.

Area of Speciality:
Recent Citations:

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

 

Service:

Georgia Tree Council

Warnell Outreach Committee

Winterville Tree Commission- Chair

ANREP National Extension Wildland Fire Initiative