Annie Overlin

Rangeland Specialist- Eastern Colorado and San Luis Valley, CSU Extension

Pueblo, CO

Annie began her career with the US Geological Survey (USGS) in Moab, UT as a botanist/soil scientist with an interdisciplinary team of geomorphologists and soils scientists mapping the vegetation of Escalante National Monument, Canyonlands National Park, and the Great Basin. Since working with the USGS, she ran her own business focusing on the restoration of agriculturally converted pastures, rangelands, and wetlands in California and northern Nevada. She worked as a researcher in rangeland restoration at the University of Nevada and is now ecstatic to be home in Colorado serving as the new Peaks to Plains Regional Range Specialist for CSU Extension since 2018. Annie is part of a 6th generation ranching family in south central Colorado and continues to work with her family who are heavily involved in land preservation and water issues in the Arkansas River Valley. Her program responsibilities for managing healthy rangelands span the spectrum of improving soil health, utilizing annual cover crops for grazing, and financial farm/ranch management for women.
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