Kevin Jablonski is a Range Ecologist and Extension Research Coordinator in the Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship. He has an Extension appointment and is an affiliate in the Center for Collaborative Conservation. As a Range Ecologist, Kevin studies the ecology of grazing livestock—how domestic herbivores interact with their environment, how humans influence this, and the good and bad things that arise from these relationships. His research has focused on grazing management in larkspur habitat, ecological health on western rangelands, and livestock-carnivore interactions in East Africa, among others. In his new role as Extension Research Coordinator, he is working statewide to build bridges across disciplines, departments, and institutions to improve research and extension in Colorado’s rangelands.