Christopher Noll

Chris Noll started graduate studies in Landscape Architecture in Fall of 2021 with an interest in wetland ecology and wetland restoration. He starts with a BS Soil Science (’06) and GIS Capstone Certificate (’17) from UW-Madison and a decade of work experience with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources where he focused extensively on modernizing and improving wetland mapping methods, wetland floristic quality surveys, and managing wetland compensatory mitigation restorations. He is continuing his surface water and wetland mapping efforts as a project assistant for GLIFWC to improve data in the Bad River and Marengo River watersheds. In his free time, you might find Chris exploring public lands with his intrepid rescue dog, Kibo.