In Mongolia, Taimen, a fish in the salmon and trout family, are being protected by catch-and-release fishing.
Research Fellow, Staff
Holly Fretwell is a Research Fellow at PERC where she has focused her research on public lands policy for over two decades. As an outdoor enthusiast, Fretwell strives to enhance conservation through cooperation and entrepreneurship. She is author of Who is Minding the Federal Estate: Political Management of America’s Public Lands. She has presented papers promoting the use of markets in public land management and has provided Congressional testimony on the state of U.S. national parks and the future of the Forest Service. Fretwell recently resigned from Montana State University where she taught introductory, macro, environmental, and natural resource economics. She works with the Foundation for Teaching Economics providing high school teachers with better tools to motivate economic thinkers and co-authored curriculum for high school teachers on economic principles. Fretwell holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in resource economics from Montana State University. For Fretwell, Montana is the perfect home where she can ski, hike, bike, fish, and explore the environment with one step out the door.