Logan Sander uses his experience in forest management, biodiversity and forest tenure to apply an interdisciplinary approach to his work.
As a Forest Scientist at Carbon Direct, Logan advises clients on carbon removal strategies and projects based in forest ecosystems.
Background & Bio
Before joining Carbon Direct, Logan worked extensively in natural resources management. His early work included conducting vegetation surveys throughout Alaska for the USDA-NRCS and supporting projects to address deforestation in Morocco as a Peace Corps Volunteer. He later conducted agroforestry research and fieldwork in Jamaica and Sri Lanka. Subsequently, as a consulting forester, Logan provided forest management expertise to landowners in the Pacific Northwest. Most recently, he was a researcher on diverse projects supporting community forestry and collective forest tenure for clients such as the World Bank, Forest Carbon Partnership Facility, FAO, and private foundations. Logan has extensive field experience in Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and New England, Morocco, Sri Lanka and Jamaica.
M.F., Forestry, Yale School of the Environment
B.S., Botany, Oregon State University