Lecturer and Assistant Director, MA Program in Sustainable International Development
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management
Professor 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.
Brandeis University, M.A.
U Mass Amherst, M.S.
Montana State University, B.S.
|HS||206f||Sustainable Agriculture and Watersheds|
|HS||259f||Topics in Sustainable Development|
|HS||279a||Planning and Implementation: Concepts and Methods|
|HS||318f||Economic Tools for Environmental Stewardship|