Eytan Krasilovsky lives in sunny Santa Fe New Mexico with his wife Lauren and two beautiful children Isabella and Gabe. When not thinking about renewable energy he splits his time working for the Forest Guild (www.forestguild.org) and taking bike rides with his kids to the farmers market and the Santa Fe River. He also tries to find some time to explore the southern Rocky Mountains on two wheels.
Eytan has a B.A from Rutgers College in Anthropology and worked as a field archaeologist for several years before moving to New Mexico. In New Mexico, Eytan worked for the National Park Service in fire ecology. This prompted him to return to school at the graduate level to study natural resource management. Eytan completed his Master of Environmental Studies degree from the University of Pennsylvania in the spring of 2005. During his schooling, he worked for a land trust, gaining experience working with conservation easement landowners, and for the Cottonwood Gulch Foundation, developing and implementing environmental education programs in Thoreau, New Mexico. Eytan joined the Forest Guild staff in 2005 and works on several community forestry projects on public lands and on landscape scale forest planning in New Mexico and Colorado. His duties are focused on multiparty monitoring for ecological and socio-economic indicators, providing technical assistance to forest restoration projects, and managing the Model Forest Program.