We’re Growing! Meet Heritage Conservancy’s new team of part-time Environmental Educators

Heritage Conservancy’s new part-time Environmental Educators.

A key part of Heritage Conservancy’s mission is to connect our community to the natural world and foster respect for and understanding of the ecosystems that support us.

To galvanize this effort, we have just hired 12 passionate and energetic new part-time Environmental Educators who bring a wide range of experience to our growing team. Most of them are photographed above.

Back row from left: Katie Lutzker, Ray Hoskinson, Rick Anderson, Aaron Schoen, Carol Miller, Patty DeMaria, and Jason Gleaton.

Front row from left: Bridget Mulcahy, Kaylyn Brindisi (who is our full-time Community Programs Associate and will work with this team), Bernie delPrado, and Mia Hibbs.

Not pictured: Beth Clark and Clarissa Beck.

These instructors will assist Heritage Conservancy with school and community programs throughout the year. Their work will help connect members of our community with the natural world, as they cover topics including environmental issues, ecosystems, watersheds, water quality, and wildlife.

The Environmental Educators will expand the reach of Heritage Conservancy as we work to grow our impact in the community.

Read more about our Education and Community Outreach programs.