Tyler D. Everett

NE CASC Graduate Fellow
USET Tribal Climate Resilience Intern

Consortium Institution: 

University of Massachusetts


University of Maine Orono, School of Forest Resources
Maine Alliance of Wetland Scientist
Passamaquoddy Forestry Department and Oversett Forest Management Inc.


University of Maine Master of Forestry; expected in December 2019.
B.S.: Biological Sciences, Forest Ecosystem Sciences, University of Maine



Consulting Forester Technician, Oversett Forest Management Inc., South Paris, ME, May 2019 to present
Tribal Climate Resilience Intern, United South and Eastern Tribes, USET North East Region, May 2019 to present
Student Trainee in Forestry & BIA Employee, Passamaquoddy Forestry Department, Moose River, ME, May 2017 to present

Research Interests: 

My current research focuses on the impacts of emerald ash borer on tribal ash resource and identifying innovative management and mitigation strategies for this issue that include an understanding of silviculture, climate change, and most importantly tribal cultural values. In general my research interests focus on forest entomology, forest ecology, and silviculture.      

Unpublished product:  “EAB RESPONSE: An Ash Resource Inventory Field Manual” By: Tyler Everett