Cindy Salo, Ph.D., is a plant ecologist who writes about natural resources, ecology, and agriculture. Her writing has appeared in Hakai Magazine, Edible Idaho, and Intermountain Farm & Ranch. Cindy is currently investigating the role of army cutworms in periodic cheatgrass die-offs. In her 30 years as a researcher, she has investigated plant interactions in the Intermountain West, the Sonoran Desert, Senegal, and Mexico. Cindy conducted research at the University of Arizona and the U.S. Geological Survey. She currently owns Sage Ecosystem Science Corp., where she provides sound research and clear writing.
• Develops, researches, and writes publications and educational displays about science, natural resources, and agriculture for general and technical audiences.
• Conducts original ecological research.
• Translates research results and scientific terms into clear and compelling prose.
• Edits, formats, and prepares U.S. government reports and other documents for publication.
• Reviews scientific literature and compiles complete and concise summaries.
Cindy’s CV: here
CindySaloWrites at gmail