Rachel Stearns

Rachel Stearns, biological technician at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, poses before a southwestern panorama of canyonlands with bright blue ski above.
Biological Science Technician (Wildlife)

Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refgue
321 Port Road
Wells, ME 04090
United States

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About Rachel Stearns

Rachel Stearns works at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge as a biological habitat technician and aims to restore salt marsh salt marsh
Salt marshes are found in tidal areas near the coast, where freshwater mixes with saltwater.

Learn more about salt marsh
habitats for the wildlife that depend on them and to preserve them for the enjoyment and sense of wonder for future generations. She enjoys kayaking and lounging at the beach in the summer and has embraced the outdoor lifestyle winter in Maine provides by purchasing her own pair of ice skates and crampons for hiking. She hopes to visit each National Park in her lifetime and reports that Acadia National Park in Maine is her favorite so far.

Areas of expertise
Saltmarsh Restoration

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