Sarah Turner

Research Assistant

Texas A&M University Natural Resources Management | Military Land Sustainability | Plant Ecology (936) 676-8660 Additional website

Sarah Turner joined Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute in March 2015 as a student technician and became a graduate research assistant in August 2015. She is currently a research assistant focusing on ecological monitoring of military lands. Her duties include conducting baseline biological surveys, ensuring compliance with environmental policies and developing natural resource management plans. 

Sarah received a Bachelor of Science in wildlife and fisheries sciences from Texas A&M University, and her Master of Science in wildlife and fisheries sciences focused on identifying factors influencing avian distribution in the shortgrass prairie of New Mexico in August 2017. She is currently a Ph.D. student in the department of Ecosystem Science and Management at A&M.

Sarah was raised in Lufkin, Texas, where her affinity for the outdoors developed at a young age. During her free time, Sarah can be found hunting, fishing, motorcycling or simply enjoying the great outdoors.