Danielle Hereford earned a Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of Nevada in 2006. After conducting research throughout Nevada and California, she went back to school and earned a Masters of Science in Biology from the University of Nevada. Danielle's research specializes in population dynamics and population genetics. Danielle has extensive experience working in riparian and great basin ecosystems. Her love for public land and conservation drew her to join the Klamath Lake Land Trust, and eventually, the Board of Directors. Danielle moved to Klamath Falls with her family in 2014. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, running, fishing, hunting, and skiing.
Eve grew up on a dairy farm in Tillamook, Oregon where she was involved with equestrian and dairy studies in 4-H. She obtained a BS in Political Science at the University of Oregon. She later worked with a D.C. law firm, before returning to the University of Oregon for law school. After a season with Amnesty International, she began working as criminal defense attorney in Klamath Falls. Eve is currently District Attorney for Klamath County. Her community involvement has included serving as president of the Klamath Basin Audubon Society, fundraising director for the skate park, and she served on the County Planning Commission for at least three years. She continues to serve on the Klamath Lake Land Trust board of directors while enjoying fishing, hunting, hiking, biking, nonfiction reading, and learning Spanish and guitar.
Anne Wenner has lived in Klamath Falls since 1989. She has a B.S. In Natural Resources from the University of Michigan and a Masters of Science from the University of Florida. Her areas of expertise included exotic animal introductions and endangered species. She is one of the founding members of the Klamath Watershed Partnership (formerly the Klamath Basin Ecosystem Foundation) and is also on the Board of the Klamath Basin Brewing Company. She has been co-coordinator of the Winter Wings Festival for many years. She enjoys being on the board of the Klamath Lake Land Trust and believes that the organization fills a critical gap in conservation and restoration of lands in the Klamath Basin.
Dr. Rohwer earned his PhD from the University of Missouri in 2012. He then went on to be the Postdoctoral Fellow for the Mizzou Advantage One Health/One Medicine Initiative at the University of Missouri, where he researched the ethics of cognitive enhancement and developed a new course on that topic. Dr. Rohwer specializes in philosophy of science, applied ethics, and epistemology. He has developed many new philosophy courses for the students at Oregon Tech—including philosophy of science courses, logic courses and courses in applied ethics. Dr. Rohwer is the faculty advisor for Oregon Tech’s Philosophy Club.
Board Vice President
Olivia grew up in rural Pennsylvania and holds a M.S. in environmental science from the University of Virginia. At UVA, Olivia's research focused on hydrology and water quality inforested watersheds. Olivia moved to Klamath Falls in 2017 and her love of the high desert ecosystem inspired Olivia to join the board of directors at Klamath Lake Land Trust. In her free time Olivia enjoys exploring the Pacific Northwest while hiking, cycling, skiing, and maintaining trails with the Pacific Crest Trails Alliance
Bill and his wife, Marie, retired to Klamath Falls in 2006 after spending several years searching the west for the best, most beautiful community in which to grow old. He has a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University and spent 32 years as a chronic disease epidemiologist with the California Cancer Registry of the California Department of Health Services. Since arriving in Klamath Falls, Bill has served on the Boards of Klamath Hospice, Klamath Yacht Club, and Friends of Moore Park. He currently serves on the Board of Friends of Crater Lake National Park. He enjoys sailing, snow shoeing, and meandering through Moore Park. He believes that serving with Klamath Lake Land Trust he can assist in building a vibrant, lasting legacy for present and future generations in our basin.