PhD Research - Samuel Collie

MS Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University; BA Economics and Political Science, University of Rhode Island

Sam Collie graduated from the University of Rhode Island in 2011 with a double major in Economics and Political science. Thereafter, he traveled and apprenticed as an organic vegetable farmer in coastal Maine. Those interests led him to Colorado State University, where he completed a master’s degree in Agricultural and Resource Economics in 2015.    Sam Collie's research projects have pertained to common property ownership of groundwater resources. More recently he has developed interest in forest fire economics, and the management of wilderness.



Year Admitted: 2015
Research Areas:
Agriculture and natural-resource economics; wilderness management
Faculty Advisor: Christopher Costello
Office:
Bren Hall 3007

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