Robin Maille, MA, MF

Robin Maille, MA, MF

Associate Professor of Practice

Office: 541-963-1010

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Robin received her BA in Comparative Sociology from the University of Puget Sound, a Master’s degree in Forestry from Yale University, and an MA in Secondary Science Education from West Virginia University. She completed a Graduate Certificate in Public Health at Oregon State University in 2015.

Prior to moving to La Grande Robin worked with West Virginia University (WVU) Extension Service in Families & Health, as well as Forestry Outreach, and WVU Division of Forestry & Natural Resources.  She taught middle school and high school science for two years in West Virginia and she and her husband Peter operated an eco-friendly country bed and breakfast inn for seven years. She also worked with the USDA Forest Service International Programs office for eight years as staff and then as a consultant. Over the years Robin has worked on research projects in the field and in the lab looking at water quality, wetland ecosystems, and non-timber forest product use. Robin was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Senegal, West Africa working with agroforestry projects.

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