Lynn Huntsinger is a professor and the Russell L. Rustici Chair of Rangeland Ecology and Management at the University of California, Berkeley and Associate Dean of Instruction and Student Affairs for the College of Natural Resources. Her research focuses on the conservation and management of grasslands and woodlands, particularly the social and ecological systems that support working landscapes in the western United States. Her dissertation was on vegetation management using livestock, a topic that has surprisingly renewed resonance today given the massive fire problem in the western United States. She has published more than 160 articles and book chapters on topics including grazing ecology, ranching, and pastoralism. Example publications include “Save water or save wildlife? Water use and conservation in the central Sierran foothill oak woodlands of California, USA,” published in Ecology and Society in 2017, Ecosystem services may be better termed social ecological services in a traditional pastoral system: The case of California Mediterranean rangelands at multiple scales in Ecology and Society in 2014; “Integrating social and ecological data to model metapopulations in coupled human and natural systems” published in Ecology in 2019;l and “Rebuilding pastoral social-ecological resilience on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau in response to changes in policy, economics, and climate” in Ecology and Society in 2018. In 2018 she also co-edited a special issue in Rangeland Ecology and Management on Complex Rangeland Systems: Integrated Social-Ecological Approaches to Silvopastoralism.