Heller-Brown Building, 246
Departments/ProgramsThe Heller School for Social Policy and Management
DegreesBrandeis University, M.A.
U Mass Amherst, M.S.
Montana State University, B.S.
ProfileProfessor Ellsworth teaches courses in Project Planning and Implementation, Sustainable Agriculture and Watershed Management, and Economic Tools for Environmental Conservation. His work focuses on restoring ecosystems through improving watershed management institutions and grazing and agricultural systems. He currently works on an agricultural extension and Payment for Watershed Services (PWS) project in central Mexico and consults on river restoration projects in Massachusetts. He is a graduate of SID (‘07) and holds a MS in Forestry from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a BS in Wildlife Biology from Montana State University.
|HS||206f||Sustainable Agriculture and Watersheds|
|HS||259f||Topics in Sustainable Development|
|HS||279a||Planning and Implementation|
|HS||318f||Practices and Economic Tools for Sustainable Forestry|
Ellsworth, Joshua. "Pagos por Servicios Hidrológicos: Una Institución Potencial para San Miguel de Allende." Cuidando a San Miguel de Allende: Hacia la equidad entre el desarrollo, el capital humano y el medio ambiente. Ed. Raúl Francisco Pineda López y Don Patterson. Querétaro, México: Programa Nacional de Microcuencas, 2011 (forthcoming)
J. Ellsworth, R. Harrington, and J. Fownes. "Seedling emergence, growth, and allocation of Oriental bittersweet: Effects of seed input, seed bank, and forest floor litter." Forest Ecology and Management 190. (2004): 255-264.
J. Ellsworth, R. Harrington, and J. Fownes. "Survival, growth and gas exchange of Celastrus orbiculatus seedlings in sun and shade." American Midland Naturalist 151. (2004): 233-240.
J. Ellsworth and B. McComb. "The potential effects of Passenger Pigeon flocks on the structure and composition of presettlement forests of eastern North America." Conservation Biology 17. 6 (2003): 1548–1558.