116: Stewardship salons and social science in the US Forest Service with Lindsay Campbell

In this episode, Stefan speaks with Lindsay Campbell. Lindsay is a Research Social Scientist with the US Forest Service within the US Department of Agriculture. She is located in New York as part of the Northern Research Station, and is a founding member of the New York City Urban Field Station. With over 20 years in the Forest Service, her work has focused on the dynamics of civic stewardship, environmental governance, and sustainability policymaking–with a particular emphasis on issues of social and environmental justice. She aims to reveal how urban social-ecological systems are structured and function in order to support human well-being and environmental quality using social science methods. She does this by pursuing co-production and transdisciplinary approaches to engage the “many ways of knowing” and to develop more inclusive approaches to knowledge development.

Full podcast episode (use audio player at bottom of page)

Podcast clip on stewardship salons (taken from full episode above)

Lindsay’s USFS profile


Lindsay’s Google Scholar