Aline Litt grew up in Oakwood, Ontario and spent summers at her cottage in the Haliburton Highlands, where she first fell in love with camping, canoeing, hiking and swimming.

​From 2011 to 2015, she studied Biology and Geography at Memorial University of Newfoundland. During this time, Aline focused her studies and research on fish ecology and evolution.

Most recently, Aline has worked as a science technician, caring for harp seals, wolfish, lumpfish, crabs, lobsters, and other marine animals. She is excited to switch her focus from the creatures of the Atlantic ocean to the wildlife of Montana’s grasslands.

Laine McCall is from St. Louis, Missouri and received a Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of Missouri-Columbia. After graduating in 2013, Laine has been involved with various research projects as an intern and a field technician.

She has spent time collecting wildlife and vegetation data in Nebraska, Mississippi, Texas, and Kansas. Most recently she spent her summer and fall in Massachusetts researching fishing techniques of Humpback Whales.

​Laine is excited to be spending her spring in Montana this year and can’t wait to enjoy the prairie!

Stefanie was born and raised in mountainous Pennsylvania and has an affinity for snow, Canada, and wildlife conservation. After high school, she volunteered for the American Red Cross in Florida and spent her free time outside enjoying the diverse flora and fauna of the region.

While studying Wildlife Management back in Pennsylvania, she helped monitor bat populations, tagged horseshoe crabs, interned at the Philadelphia Zoo, worked with Allegheny woodrats and perfected her chocolate chip cookie recipe.

​Recently, she spent two months in Italy and Portugal performing marine mammal research. Stefanie cannot wait to contribute to the conservation and research efforts on the prairie as a member of the Landmark crew.