Annie helps develop and organize workshops and trainings for professionals working with and making decisions that affect our natural resources. Topics range from Communicating about Climate Change Impacts to Planning for Coastal Resilience Using Green Infrastructure.
Annie holds a masters in Ecological Design from the Conway School. She became interested in land use planning issues during her Peace Corps service teaching sustainable agriculture and aquaculture in rural Zambia, where she served for two years. Annie's undergraduate degree is in Biology from the University of Maine at Farmington.
Annie grew up in midcoast Maine, loves Maine and now lives in North Berwick with her husband and two sons.
What is your choice of mascot for Wells Reserve and why?
Our solar panels. Because they harness energy from the sun, amazing!
What is your favorite place at Wells Reserve?
The overlook on the Muskie trail. It's the best, I even like the phragmites.