Sheila Murray

Sheila’s main interests are the rare and endangered plants of the Colorado Plateau, focusing on conservation, demography, and reintroduction. Sheila grew up in the small ghost town of Jerome, AZ and has always had a love of the outdoors. She moved to Flagstaff to pursue a career in the natural sciences, and received her B.A. in Environmental Sciences from Northern Arizona University. She has been on the plant research track at The Arboretum since 2001. When she finds free time, she enjoys river rafting, hiking, cross-country skiing, creating botanical illustrations and indulging in other forms of artwork. Most of her free time activities inevitably include botany in some fashion.

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Long-term Monitoring Data: Finding Some Light at the End of the Tunnel

Kristin E. Haskins and Sheila Murray (The Arboretum at Flagstaff), and Andrea Hazelton (Desert Butte Botany)

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Monitoring wild reference populations to determine future conservation actions

Kristin Haskins and Sheila Murray,The Arboretum at Flagstaff