Molly Loomis Tyson

People_Molly Loomis Tyson, Research Associate

Research Associate

Molly Loomis Tyson has lived in the Tetons, as a writer, teacher, and climbing ranger since 2001. Molly’s areas of interest are problem solving, conflict resolution, communication and education as it pertains to human-wildlife conflict and public land management. She is also passionate about using connection to place (“sense of place”) to instigate environmental advocacy and protection. She’s published over 300 articles for many major publications. In May, Molly graduated with a Master of Environmental Management from Yale’s School of the Environment. She’ll be returning to Teton Valley to continue her work as a writer and educator.