Melissa Jo Santiago

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Melissa Jo Santiago is a fish and wildlife biologist in the Habitat Partners Section of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. She applies work experiences with several nonprofit organizations and government agencies as a naturalist, park ranger, research scientist and nongame bird biologist toward the implementation of Nebraska’s Natural Legacy Project. She also assists in the coordination, planning and outreach of the Nebraska Natural Legacy Project at the statewide level and serves as a core team member of the update process of the project.

 

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