Rox Rogers is a Private Lands Biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service / Montana Partners for Fish and Wildlife program. During the 22 years with the Service, Rox has worked as a biologist in Refuges and the Partners Program. In Montana, she works with private landowners on habitat improvement projects in the Upper Kootenai watershed. The Upper Kootenai is an International watershed requiring collaborative work with BC Canada landowners and provincial government to improve water quality/quantity and native fishery populations by implementing trans-boundary projects. Rox grew up in Colorado and in 1981 received a bachelor's degree in Wildlife Biology at CSU. Rox currently lives in Whitefish, Montana, with a cat and dog, and three Mangalarga Marchadors, a horse breed that originates in Brazil. Rox recently has been selected to be a member of the CCC Executive Committee.