Trinity Stirling with Archaeoptryx Mold

Trinity Stirling received her bachelors of sciences in both Geology and Environmental Science from California State University of Chico in 2015, and quickly put her degrees to work at Dinosaur National Monument. Her primary interest in the project is paleontological resource management.

To see what Trinity is currently working on find her on LinkedIn or Stirling.rocks.

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