Rogers, Luke

 
Luke Rogers is a research scientist and forest engineer at the University of Washington. Since 2001 Luke has been devoted to increasing the understanding of Washington state forests through the assembly of a statewide land parcel database, researching forestland conversion trends, identifying conservation opportunities, and developing mitigation strategies and incentives. For the AHB project, Luke is utilizing GIS technology to identify the best areas to grow poplar for biofuels in the Pacific Northwest. Luke earned a master’s of Science in Forest Engineering in 2005 from the University of Washington’s College of Forest Resources.