Landon Schofield joined the East Foundation in February 2018 as the Foundation’s Range and Wildlife Biologist. He is responsible for providing expertise related to range and wildlife management and related research projects.
Landon earned a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Resources and Geographic Information Systems from the University of Idaho in May 2015. While attending the University of Idaho, he worked throughout the west in the areas of wildfire ecology, fisheries, and wildlife movement ecology.
Currently, Landon is finishing his Master of Science degree in Wildlife Biology through Louisiana State University on a project titled Movement Ecology and Reproductive Phenology of Eastern Wild Turkeys across the Southeast United States where he is applying the latest in GPS technology and spatial analysis techniques. Landon is interested in management based research that can be applied to the interests of the East Foundation and land stewards across Texas.
Landon and his wife Emily have two childeren. He enjoys hunting, fishing, tying fly-fishing flies, and making memories with his family.