Jacob Lampman

Project Coordinator II

jacob.lampman@ag.tamu.edu (210) 570-1505

As a Project Coordinator II for the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, Jacob manages and supports projects that conduct natural resources conservation and management on federally and privately managed lands. He works with a variety of stakeholders to accomplish various projects including biodiversity surveys, invasive species management, hunting program support, and carbon sequestration evaluations on private lands.

Previously Jacob worked 2 years with Joint Base San Antonio providing Sikes Act support with endangered and invasive species management. Prior to joining the NRI team in 2020, Jacob worked in multiple state agency positions in Idaho, Wyoming, and in Texas all dealing with big game research and management. Jacob graduated from Texas A&M in 2015 with a degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences. He received his Master’s in 2019 from Sul Ross State University by studying the influences of agriculture on mule deer diets and nutrition in the Texas Panhandle.

Outside of work, Jacob enjoys backpacking, hunting, and attending live music shows.