Wolfy is a botanist and CEQA-NEPA practitioner who has developed environmental documents for a broad array of RCD and partner projects, including the Concow Resilience Project, the City of Chico Vegetative Fuels Management Plan EIR, and now the Upper Butte Creek Forest Health Initiative on the Lassen National Forest. While serving as one of the RCD's Forest Health Watershed Coordinators from 2019-2022, she compiled the Butte Forests Plan, and also developed the Butte County Prescribed Burn Association, which now assists local landowners in putting "good fire" on the ground.
Wolfy is particularly fascinated by oak woodlands and the interdependence between humans, oaks, and fire. She holds an M.P.A. (Master's in Public Administration) from CSU, Chico (2019), where her thesis explored prescribed fire policy as it affects private lands. She also holds a CEQA Practice certificate from UCSD.