Erik Lehnhoff

img_0909Assistant Professor, New Mexico State University, Entomology, Plant Pathology and Weed Science, 2015 – Present

Assistant Research Professor, Montana State University, Land Resources and Environmental Sciences, 2008-2015

PhD, Ecology and Environmental Science, Montana State University, 2008

MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tennessee Technological University, 1994

BS, Civil Engineering, Clemson University, 1993

I am interested in how weeds establish, how they interact with other organisms, and how they impact crops and plant communities. My research spans across agricultural systems including horticultural crops and rangeland, and tends to focus on plant communities and multiple trophic levels.

When I am not working, I can likely be found mountain biking or climbing in the mountains around Las Cruces.