Rebecca Hufft, Ph.D.
Associate Director of Applied Conservation
Conservation Biology, Ecology and Evolution, Biodiversity, Restoration
Dr. Hufft is the Associate Director of Applied Conservation at Denver Botanic Gardens, where she has overseen plant conservation projects since 2011. She is a broadly trained conservation biologist whose research interests include restoration, ex situ conservation, long-term monitoring and phenology. She supports the Gardens’ efforts to conserve Colorado’s rare plants by incorporating the ecology and demography of rare plant species and studies of biodiversity, invasive species and phenology into the conservation program.