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King Conservation District Staff

Phone: (425) 282-1900
Fax: (425) 282-1898


King Conservation District Staff

kcd staff amy holmes

Contact Alex
Phone: 425-282-1951
Email: Alex Martinsons

Alex Martinsons, Landowner Incentive Program Assistant

Alex joined KCD in the fall of 2016 to assist Rachel Konrady, Landowner Incentive Program Manager, with increased demand for cost-share funding to implement stewardship practices. Alex grew up in the Midwest and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a BA in Political Science & History. He moved to Seattle in 2010 and earned an MPA from the UW Evans School of Public Affairs with a focus on environmental policy. Outside of the KCD office, Alex enjoys rock climbing, skiing, and backpacking throughout the Pacific Northwest.

kcd staff ann horner

Contact Ann
Phone: 425-282-1934
Email: Ann Prush

Ann Horner, Project Assistant II

Ann Horner joined the King Conservation District as a Project Assistant in the spring of 2016, after working for a private landscaping company for 6 months. Previously, she served with the Washington Conservation Corps for a year, performing habitat restoration. Ann also served with the Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa, assisting with the Conservation District which encompasses Saint Paul.  Ann has a B.Sc. in Biology with an emphasis on Plant Science, and is currently enrolled in the University of Washington’s Wetland Science and Management program. She loves gardening, reading, and exploring the outdoors. Ann is excited to bring her passion for conservation to the KCD!

kcd staff ava souza

Contact Ava
Phone: 425-282-1920
Email: Ava Souza

Ava Souza, Chief Operating Officer

Ava Souza joined the King Conservation District in 2011. Serving as a member of the senior management team, Ava is charged with the creation, refinement, and implementation of policies, strategies, and programs to enhance and stimulate District Operations. She oversees logistical and operational duties in a wide variety of program areas including human resources, budgeting, information technology, property management, procurement, grants and projects. She oversees the day-to-day operations of the district, and operations staff, as well as manages a robust budget that spans over multiple programs, while developing and directing programs designed to meet the needs of the district, constituents, staff, Board and as well as upholding federal laws and related initiatives. In addition, she serves as the Public Information and Elections Officer for the district. With over 18 years of experience her professional career includes leadership and management roles in large and international companies, Ava has a Bachelors degree in Business Management and a graduate level certifications in Project Management, is a Lean Six Sigma Certified Green Belt, and most recently a received her Certified Public Manager accreditations all from the University of Washington. She is known best for her enthusiastic can-do attitude and passion for sharing best practices with like minded individuals, she most recently broadened her scope of work by partnering with the Washington State Conservation Commission as well as other Conservation Districts in the areas of Human Resources Initiatives and training curriculums.

kcd staff ben axt

Contact Bea
425-282-1935 office
425-306-3336 cell
Email: Bea Covington

Bea Covington, Executive Director

Bea Covington joined KCD as its Executive Director in October, 2016.  Bea is an agricultural and natural resource economist with over 25 years’ experience in public policy, project and nonprofit management, impact analysis, monitoring and evaluation, and participatory community development.

A native of Virginia, Bea fell in love with the Pacific Northwest as a result of frequent trips to ride in the Seattle to Portland (STP) cycling event while in graduate school at the University of Florida.  She’s been working her way westward ever since and finally arrived in Seattle in 2012.

Bea has developed and facilitated numerous stakeholder-driven processes to foster constructive engagement, proactive planning and collaboration to address sensitive environmental issues and allow for sustainable business development.  The goal of these efforts are approaches that address the “triple bottom line.”  

Bea has led efforts focused on public process design, civic engagement, conflict management, consensus building, and collaborative problem solving for professionals from municipal governments, state and federal regulatory agencies, private sector and citizen and conservation organizations. She specializes in the use of participatory research methods and has developed stakeholder engagement and community relations plans for extractive industries both domestically and abroad.

Bea’s work as a natural resource economist has focused on regulatory impact assessment, natural resource and ecosystems services valuation and farming systems analyses.  Before joining KCD, Bea served as a Senior Stabilization Advisor and Team Lead with USAID- Afghanistan.  There, she developed and applied a methodology to track the impact of over $200 million in stabilization spending and created a tool that was used to assess stability conditions and gauge the impact of program interventions across 35 districts.

As an advisor to the US Army and US Marine Corps, Bea provided training and mentoring to military units on communication, stakeholder engagement, and the design and effective use of program interventions to stabilize communities in conflict environments.  

Closer to home, Bea has worked on projects in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska.  Bea holds Masters degrees in Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics and Agricultural Education and Communication and is proficient in both French and Modern Standard Arabic.  When she’s not leading the team at KCD, Bea can be found learning to fly fish with her husband John and searching for an adorable Corgi puppy to bring home.

kcd staff brandy reed

Contact Brandy
Phone: 425-282-1924
Email: Brandy Reed

Brandy Reed, Interagency Director Conservation Projects and Education Programs

Brandy Reed joined the King Conservation District in 1996.  She serves as the District’s Senior Program Manager for Intergovernmental Coordination and oversees the Natural Resource Management Implementation and Education programs.  Brandy offers nearly three decades of dedication and experience in natural resource management and education, as well as a deep commitment to management of financial and staff resources in fiscally challenging environments.  Brandy is an experienced habitat enhancement practitioner with professional experience in botany; forest health monitoring, inventory and analysis; and environmental education for adult and youth audiences. As part of the District’s management team, Brandy supervises and coordinates the duties and activities of the District’s talented and committed education and field staff who assist land managers with protecting and enhancing soil and water resources and fish and wildlife habitat.  Her education includes a BS in Outdoor Education and Environmental Interpretation and a Masters in Environmental and Science Education, both from Western Washington University.

Courtney Naumann
Phone: 425-282-1954
Email: Courtney Naumann

Courtney Naumann, Resource Planner

Courtney joined the KCD Resource Planning Team in June, 2016. She is a graduate of Colorado State University, with a Natural Resources Bachelor of Science degree and a concentration in Environmental Communication, with minors in Ecological Restoration and International Development. Courtney spent each summer in farming communities in northern Montana, giving her a love for open space and working landscapes. Prior to joining KCD, she worked with The Nature Conservancy, Warner College of Natural Resources, Center for Collaborative Conservation, the City of Fort Collins, and multiple non-profit organizations. Outside of conservation work and navigating winding King County roads, Courtney enjoys avidly reading, climbing, finding her favorite ethnic restaurants, trying her hand at tasks that get her hands and boots muddy, and exploring the nooks and crannies of Seattle by following her natural inclination to get lost, always.

kcd staff Crispin Peters

Contact Crispin
Phone: 425-282-1959
Email: Crispin Peters

Crispin Peters

Crispin graduated from the University of Montana with a degree in Wildlife Biology. He has field experience from his time serving with the Montana Conservation Corps and as a wildland firefighter. He is serving with KCD for one year as a Washington Service Corps Individual Placement and will coordinate volunteer habitat restoration projects.

Debbie Meisinger
Phone: 425-282-1923
Email: Debbie Meisinger

Debbie Meisinger, Senior Resource Specialist

Debbie Meisinger is a returning veteran of the King Conservation District, having served as a Project Specialist from 2001-2008. She rejoins the district in 2016 after a whirlwind series of adventures took her to faraway lands and recently back to Washington. Debbie’s current position at the District involves working as an Aquatic Areas Specialist, planning and implementing marine and freshwater shoreline enhancement projects. In addition to her career at KCD, Debbie has also worked as a microbiologist, chemist, a restoration ecologist for a private forestry company, a residential gardener, and apprenticed in blacksmithing and medicinal herb farming. Her education includes a BS degree in Biology and Environmental Studies from Ohio University, certification in Wetland Science and Management from the University of Washington, River Restoration Professional Certification from Portland State University and has obtained ISA ertified Arborist credentials. When not trampling through fields and forests for work, Debbie enjoys quality indoor time, designing quilt patterns and making medicinal herb potions while binge-watching television programs.

Contact Deirdre
Phone: 425-282-1902
Email: Deirdre Grace

Deirdre Grace, Director of Engagement

Deirdre Grace joined the King Conservation District in May of 2013.  Deirdre has worked with northwest stakeholders to improve community and natural environments for over 20 years.  Her experience spans ensuring diverse voices were included in research at the US DOE Hanford Nuclear Reservation, delivering on the City of Seattle’s commitments to neighborhood improvements while meeting Growth Management mandates, and helping Puget Sound cities increase their recycling rates.  She holds a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Affairs and a Bachelors in Writing from the University of New Mexico.  When Deirdre is not collaborating with KCD’s partners in natural resource conservation, she enjoys being entertained by the chickens on her Vashon Island farm, cooking, and road trips with her husband and son

Contact Emily
Phone: 425-282-1914
Email: Emily Carlson

Emily Carlson, Operations Project Coordinator

Emily first joined the District in 2015 as the Education Individual Placement; today Emily uses her passion for Washington’s native plants and wildlife as a member of both the Operations and Implementation teams. She assists with the Board of Supervisors annual elections processes, leads records retention processes, and supports educational programming for the District. 

After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Gonzaga University, Emily served two terms with the Washington Conservation Corps. She brings on-the-ground restoration experience, a passion for communicating about science, and data management skills to her position.

When she’s not in the office, Emily enjoys adventuring and backpacking throughout our beautiful state. She has a passion for invertebrate conservation and uses her field guides to identify insects and spiders along her hikes.

Contact Emily
Phone: 425-282-1910
Email: Emily Webster

Emily Webster, Farm Services Program Manager

Emily grew up in Duvall, but traveled the world before returning to join the KCD Farm Services Team as Program Manager. She graduated from UC Davis with dual MSc degrees in International Agricultural Development and Horticulture & Agronomy. Emily has extensive experience in natural resource conservation and project management, including four years as a Peace Corps Volunteer working with smallholder farmers and ranchers in Central America, focusing primarily on agroforestry systems and soil restoration. As KCD Farm Services Manager, Emily will focus on supporting the farm services team and leading our farm planning and technical assistance programs.

Contact Emmett
Phone: 425-282-1932
Email: Emmett Wild

Emmett Wild, Resource Planner

Emmett Wild joined the King Conservation District in August 2015 as a Resource Planner.  He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental Science with a minor in Environmental Policy from Western Washington University. Emmett primaarily works with dairies, commercial farms, and on special projects. He is an advocate for farmers and for inter-agency collaboration. His prior work includes wildlife rehabilitation, plant restoration, and endangered waterfowl breeding biology studies. Emmett has been involved in 4-H since 1998, first as a member and later as a leader.  He is a licensed poultry judge and mentors youth raising livestock throughout the state.

Contact Jacobus
Phone: 425-282-1912
Email: Jacobus Saperstein

Jacobus Saperstein, Conservation Projects and Bare Root Plant Sale

Jacobus Saperstein, Resource Specialist II, has been with the King Conservation District since April 2008.  Jacobus brings thirteen years of experience and effort towards restoring healthy rivers and forests of the Puget Sound. His primary responsibilities at the District are planning and implementing restoration projects and managing the annual bareroot plant sale.  Degrees in Environmental Studies and Biology from the University of Oregon kick-started his call towards improving the land we live and depend on.  At the District, Jacobus enjoys running volunteer planting projects and inspiring landowners to protect and enhance their streams almost as much as throwing his boomerangs or backpacking through the Cascade Mountains.

Contact Jay
Phone: 425-282-1905
Email: Jay Mirro

Jay Mirro, Senior Resource Planner

Jay Mirro has served the people and resources of King County as a resource planner since 2000. He has visited thousands of farms and has written over 500 farm plans. Jay has practical and academic expertise on conservation practices and enjoys helping landowners meet their goals while protecting the environment -- "saving the world, one farm at a time." He grew up in rural New Jersey, working on horse and llama farms, and then studied Livestock and Range Management at the University of Idaho. Jay and his family own a 34-acre farm in Maple Valley. He looks forward to sharing what he has done at his place with you at his next farm tour. When not working on his own or other farms, Jay enjoys remodeling his home, reading, travel, helping his two boys grow up into young men, gardening and hiking.

Contact Jessica
Phone: 425-282-1906
Email: Jessica Saavedra

Jessica Saavedra, Grant Program Manager

Jessica Saavedra has managed the Member Jurisdiction and WRIA Grant Programs at the King Conservation District since March 2007. Jessica has a Bachelors degree in Environmental Studies and Spanish and graduate level education in the fields of Public Administration, Urban Planning, and Facilitation and Negotiation. She is an experienced program manager responsible for tracking millions of dollars in grant funding with a successful track record of liaising with local governments, nonprofits, and watershed groups on natural resource conservation issues.

Contact Joshua
Phone: 425-282-1903
Email: Joshua Monaghan

Josh Monaghan, Director of Food and Farm Programs

Joshua Monaghan has been with the King Conservation District for over 17 years and currently serves as Senior Program Manager for Planning and Strategic Initiative Programs. He is an experienced conservation planner, leads a team of talented conservation planners who assist farmers and landowners in their efforts to understand natural resource issues and get conservation solutions on the ground to steward their natural resources - water, soils, fish and wildlife and more, and works with partners to balance natural resources protection with economic viability of local, working lands. Josh maintains several professional certifications, including Certified Crop Adviser (ASA), Conservation Planner, and Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan Writer Certification (ISU). He holds a BA in Sustainable Agriculture from Hampshire College, and was recognized as Northwest Employee of the year in 2009 by the Washington Association of Conservation Districts. In recent years, Josh has worked on several successful statewide efforts to improve training coordination and overall professionalism of District employees, and has supported some significant District-level projects, including an administrative staff restructuring, project-based budgeting overhaul, and implementation of a Rates and Charges funding system.

Contact Kedija
Phone: 425-282-1911
Email: Kedija Awole

Kedija Awole, Resource Specialist

Dr Awole has several years of agricultural research experience, including serving as the Head of the Department at the Holeta Agricultural Research Center in Ethiopia, where she worked with farmers on agronomic research and promoted better crop management methods through field days, on-farm research, and educational symposiums. She is assisting with development of KCD’s new Discovery Farm Project, which is one of our four Working Land Initiatives.

Contact McCune
Phone: 425-282-1927
Email: Kristen Reichardt

Kristen McCune, Education Team & Programs Coordinator

Kristen joined the King Conservation District in October 2014. Her work centers mostly on coordinating and delivering K-12 youth stormwater curriculum throughout King County and providing education to freshwater shoreline landowners on the topics of sustainable land management. She is also the King County ECONet Coordinator. In 2012, she received a B.S. in Environmental Management & Protection with a minor in Anthropology and Geography from Cal Poly State University in California. In her free time, Kristen tries to stay in the mountains as much as possible, whether mountain biking, trail running or skiing.

Contact Lindsey
Phone: 425-282-1922
Email: Lindsey Davidson

Lindsey Davidson, Accounting Coordinator

Lindsey Davidson joined the KCD Finance Team in the spring of 2017 and currently serves as an Accounting Coordinator. Previously, Lindsey worked in the film industry in Los Angeles for six years as a freelance coordinator and accountant, handling all the paperwork and budgeting for projects such as music videos, movies, and commercials. Having earned her Bachelor’s degree from Gonzaga University in Journalism and Broadcast Studies in 2009, Lindsey decided to move back to the Pacific Northwest in 2016 after missing the fresh air and friendly people.

Contact Liz
Phone: 425-282-1901
Email: Liz Clark

Liz Clark, Farm Program Educational Outreach Project Coordinator

Elizabeth Clark works with the farm services team. In 2014, Liz served as an Educational Outreach Assistant on the Boise Creek Community Project on educating landowners in the Boise Creek Watershed area of southeast King County where she worked with former KCD employee Sofia Gidlund to launch the Stream Steward program. A true Washington native, Liz grew up in Normandy Park and attended Western Washington University, graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Art with a concentration on Graphic Design and Illustration. Liz and her husband and son own horses, goats, sheep and chickens, and grow hay on their 10 acre farm in Edmunds. Liz has been a strong advocate for KCD programs and also has worked closely with Alayne Blickle of Horses For Clean Water for over 20 years doing web site mangement, documentation publishing and social networking.

Contact Maggie Harger
Email: Maggie Harger

Maggie Harger, Community Agriculture Projects Coordinator

Maggie joined KCD in mid-Feburary 2018 as part of a six-month Americorps Individual Placement. A Seattle-area native, she recently graduated from Gonzaga University with a degree in Environmental Studies, and is excited to continue her passion for environmental issues with KCD. Currently she is working in the community agriculture division to promote local initiatives for small scale farming and to foster a greater connection to the natural world within urban areas. In her spare time Maggie enjoys running, biking and watching Star Trek.

Contact Mary Embleton
Phone: 425-282-1958
Email: Mary Embleton

Mary Embleton, Senior Program Manager, Regional Food System Program

Mary joined King Conservation District in late 2015 and currently serves as Senior Manager for the Regional Food System Program. Mary came to KCD from Cascade Harvest Coalition, a non-profit which she founded and directed since 1999. Mary brings more than three decades of passion, experience and expertise in natural resource management, agricultural economics, and food system development.  Mary coordinates the KCD Regional Food System Programincluding Strategic Initiatives and Food System Grants, with the goals of making an enduring contribution toward strengthening King County's food economy.  Mary’s education includes a BS in Political Economy of Natural Resources from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MS in Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics from Montana State University, Bozeman.  Outside of work, Mary enjoys hiking the wilds of the Pacific Northwest with her two labs, Libby and Wiley, and photography.

Matt Maria

Contact Matt
Phone: 425-282-1899
Email: Matt Maria

Matt Maria, Project Assistant

Matt Maria joined the King Conservation District in December of 2016 to coordinate projects as needed for District Operations. Matt graduated from the University of Washington with a bachelor’s in Political Science focusing on communications and the environment. He then served as a Peace Corps Volunteer supporting sustainable agriculture and community based resource management in Tanzania and The Gambia. In the Peace Corps Matt managed and collaborated on grants for a youth fruit tree nursery, improved animal husbandry, and HIV/AIDS education. He coordinated program operations for the UW Department of Laboratory Medicine and worked with Principal Investigators to secure and implement both Federal and non-Federal grants. During this time he earned a Master of Science degree from the University of Washington’s School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, where he studied agricultural ecology.  
The cultural resonance and fantastic ecosystems of Cascadia drive Matt to improve the relationship between people and their environments.

Contact Megan
Phone: 425-282-1957
Email: Megan Melick

Megan Melick, Resource Planner

Megan grew up on a farm in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She graduated from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife & Fisheries Biology, and a minor in Political Science. She also holds a Master of Environmental Studies degree, with a concentration in Environmental Biology, from the University of Pennsylvania. Megan has worked on many wildlife research projects, including her first adventure studying parrots and macaws at remote locations in the Amazon Basin in Peru. Prior to joining KCD, she worked for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, Colorado Parks & Wildlife, and served as a board member for the Bucks County Audubon Society.

Contact Melissa
Phone: 425-282-1921
Email: Melissa Tatro

Melissa Tatro,Community Agriculture Coordinator

Melissa joined KCD staff in 2014 as Outreach Coordinator and worked to communicate KCD’s programs and services.  Her passion for gardening and her desire to ensure that all have access to fresh, healthy food make her an ideal Community Agriculture Coordinator.  Using the garden as a platform, Melissa facilitates, educates and empowers community groups around growing fresh, healthy fruits and vegetables while learning how to steward natural resources, improve soil fertility and improve water quality.   After 30 years of home gardening, Melissa bought a small hobby farm in rural Kent where she raises 21 chickens, 6 American Guinea Hog pigs, cultivates a small orchard, a large blueberry patch and an even larger vegetable and flower garden. Melissa spent 12 years working for Highline School District as an educator and later a project manager facilitating trainings for state and federal student testing requirements. When not farming, Melissa loves to re-purpose found objects and has developed quick driving reflexes in order to stop when she finds a vintage treasure along the side of the road.

Contact Michael
Phone: 425-282-1928
Email: Michael Lasecki

Michael Lasecki, Rural Forest Health Mgmt. Program Coordinator

A transplant from the Midwest, Mike joind KCD in 2015 after serving as a forest ranger in Kentucky where he led a wildland fire crew and helped landowners steward their private forests. He has varied professional experiences in vegetable farming, ecological restoration, and forestry. Mike graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison in 2010 with a BA in Conservation Biology and History.  He has been a dedicated public servant and community volunteer since high school and is excited to put down roots in and serve the communities of King County.

Contact Michael
Phone: 425-282-1953
Email: Michael Mendez

Michael Mendez, Forestry Projects Coordinator

Michael joined KCD in February of 2018, starting a 45-week term of service as an AmeriCorps member of the VetsWork program run by the Mt. Adams Institute and will be working as a forestry projects coordinator. Michael’s experience includes geography, cartography, remote sensing, and GIS. Michael graduated from Texas State University with a B.S. in GIS and before attending Texas State University, he served 4 years in the army. Michael is a born and raised Washingtonian so when the opportunity came to work for the KCD, he knew it was the perfect fit. Michael loves being outdoors and on his free time, can usually be found hiking trails, kayaking, or fishing.

Contact Nikki
Phone: 425-282-1909
Email: Nikki Wolf

Nikki Wolf, Volunteer Programs Coordinator

Nikki Wolf has worked with the King Conservation District since October 2012. Her first year was spent restoring riparian areas with the KCD Washington Conservation Corps (WCC) Restoration Crew. The next year, Nikki stayed on as the WCC Education Programs Coordinator Intern coordinating the WA State Envirothon, Climate Change & Horse Keeping Conference, Land & Water Stewardship Workshop Series, farm tours, and special topic classes. Nikki is currently working as the Volunteer Programs Stream Stewards Coordinator. In 2012, she received a B.S in Environmental Science and a B.A. in Environmental Policy from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. When not working at KCD, Nikki enjoys volunteering with other local environmental groups and spending time outdoors with her dog.

Contact Paul
Phone: 425-282-1904
Email: Paul Borne

Paul Borne, CREP and Education Programs

Paul Borne has been a Resource Specialist with the King Conservation District since 2001. He coordinates the District’s participation in K-12 education programs as well as serves as the face of the District at environmental festivals and events, staffing the District table and distributing materials about the District’s programs and services. He also assists in planning farm tours and coordinates the District’s backyard habitat enhancement program Carpentry for Critters. Paul holds a BS in Biology and Environmental Science from Rice University and a certificate in Wetlands Science from the University of Washington. When Paul is not sharing the need for individual stewardship, Paul is an avid birder.

Contact Rachel
Phone: 425-282-1907
Email: Rachel Konrady

Rachel Konrady, Urban Shorelines Program Coordinator

Rachel Konrady joined the King Conservation District as its Landowner Incentive Program Coordinator and a Volunteer Program Administer in the Fall of 2012. She now coordinates the Urban Shorelines Program, which provides education, on-site technical assistance, and project installation services to landowners living in member cities. She began her career in the environmental restoration field with the Washington Conservation Corps and has a B.S. from the University of Washington in Conservation Biology. When not working on conservation, Rachel enjoys biking, hiking, and putting food by during summer's bounty.

Contact Shanna
Phone: 425-282-1931
Email: Shanna Hobbs

Shanna Hobbs, Operations Project Coordinator

Shanna first got involved with the District as a member of KCD’s Washington Conservation Corps Crew in the fall of 2013. She worked as part of a team to install and maintain native riparian buffers throughout King County. After a small break, she returned to the District, using her knowledge and passion for conservation to help with support for lots of different programs. Prior to working with KCD, Shanna was part of a habitat restoration crew with the National Park Service at Pinnacles National Park in California. There, she worked hard to remove and control invasive plant species. In 2010, she obtained a B.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz. When she is not at work Shanna enjoys exploring beautiful Washington State, volunteering as a Native Plant Steward, and taking apart her computer.

Contact Stacie
Phone: 425-282-1918
Email: Stacie Powers

Stacie Powers, KCD Education Program Coordinator

Stacie joined KCD in the fall of 2016 as a Washington Conservation Corps Individual Placement intern. Stacie currently assists with coordination of the K-12 Stormwater EducationProgram and Freshwater Shoreline Program. Stacie graduated from University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Conservation & Sustainability. In the past she has conducted forest inventories for the Forest Service and monitored invasive species for the Nature Conservancy. Prior to joining KCD, Stacie worked with the Okanogan Conservation District as a soil health technician.

Contact Stevie
Phone: 425-282-1930
Email: Stevie Knapp

Stevie Knapp, Education Program Coordinator

In October Stevie started a year of service with KCD as a Washington Conservation Corps Individual Placement. She graduated from The Evergreen State College with degrees in Environmental Studies & Marine Science. Stevie has a background working in aquariums and teaching science to youth. As KCD Education Program Coordinator, her priorities for the coming year will include the KCD Land & Water Stewardship workshop series, Envirothon Competition, farm tours, special topic conservation classes, marine shorelines workshops, and Water on Wheels classroom lessons.