Jamie Mosel

Jamie Mosel
Climate Resilience Extension Educator

Biography

Jamie Mosel is a University of Minnesota Extension Educator for Climate Resilience with the University of Minnesota Climate Adaptation Partnership (MCAP), with a focus on forestry and natural resources. She has a B.A. in both biology and history from St. Olaf College, Masters in Forest Ecosystems and Society from Oregon State University, and a PhD in Natural Resources Science and Management from the University of Minnesota. Her PhD research was based at the Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change experiment in north-central Minnesota. She has also spent time in northern Japan at Hokkaido University with the Fulbright program both after undergrad and during her PhD, studying forests and climate change. Her past work has specialized in forest health, management, and tree physiology under climate change. Jamie is passionate about addressing climate change issues and supporting a healthy, sustainable, just, and ecologically sound future for all

Research Interests

Forest health, forestry, climate adaptation, natural resources, climate change, Indigenous rights and sovereignty

Current Projects

  • Modeling Minnesota's Climate Future
  • Adaptation in Action Webinar Series
  • Community Climate Leaders Extension Program¬†
  • MCAP Forestry Working Group