Friends of Princeton Open Space welcomes its new natural resource manager, AeLin Compton. AeLin succeeds FOPOS’s outgoing resource manager of 6 years, Steve Hiltner. She comes to Friends of Princeton Open Space after working with the NJ Invasive Species Strike Team, where she helped defend the state’s native ecosystems through the mapping and rapid removal of emerging invasive plant populations. She has her BS in Ecology and Natural Resources and certificate in Environmental Geomatics from Cook College at Rutgers University.
As natural resource manager, AeLin plans to to continue Friends of Princeton Open Space’s land stewardship efforts through strategic invasive species management and active habitat restoration across its preserves. She looks forward to working together with members of the Princeton community to help improve the biodiversity of our open spaces.
Please contact AeLin Compton at firstname.lastname@example.org for volunteer opportunities or additional information on land stewardship at Friends of Princeton Open Space’s preserves.