Experienced conservation and environmental education specialist. Strong focus on community outreach and training, providing technical support, grant writing and reporting and developing educational curriculum's. Experienced working with both the public and private sectors.
Develop restoration and protection programs in conjunction with local government agencies, resource organizations and community groups.
Identify existing and potential sources of pollution utilizing resources inventories and water quality assessments.
Facilitate the communication of technical information among government agencies, watershed organizations and land managers.
Participate in the development and support of community watershed groups providing technical assistance, planning and educational programming.
Write effective grant proposals and manage grants awarded for watershed planning projects.
Coordinate with municipalities to adopt best practices, model ordinances and flexible design criteria promoting water quality protection.
Work with community organizations and government agencies in the collection of data, watershed plan effectiveness assessments and resolving complaints and land use conflicts.
Provide program activity and success reports to government agencies on a quarterly and annual basis.
Promote the projects and recruit volunteers through outreach efforts and media including newspaper and radio interviews.
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Established ,operated and maintained the Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center and Historical Society Heritage Partnership Program Office for community and business interface program management.
Developed and facilitated public outdoor recreational programs combining discovery and adventure in a physically active environment as part of the "Get Outdoors PA." public program.
Developed grant proposals and budgets for projects. Managed funded projects from inception to completion providing technical support throughout the life of the project.
Supervised and scheduled volunteer staff for all projects.
Produced and edited the partnership's bi-monthly newsletter and museum brochure.
Served on the Historical Society board of directors, served as co chair of the Resource Development, Committee, DCNR's Learning Curriculum Committee, and as a representative on the Pennsylvania Conservation Heritage Committee.
Developed and facilitated environmental and heritage educational programs for schools, community and civic groups as well as the general public.
Managed and maintained historical cultural, archaeological collections and resource libraries.
Developed and implemented interpretive plans, exhibits and educational plans.
Managed programs providing grants to non profit organizations and local municipalities involving the rehabilitation and development of public parks, conservation areas and the development of recreational trails and greenway projects.
Analyzed data and produced statistical reports on the status of projects to assist in managerial decision making process.
Assisted applicants through the grant proposal process and coordinated with the Central Officdesign adherence to applicable laws, regulations and design standards.
Routinely met with government officials, community groups and various civiv organizations to present the objectives, goals , regulations and polices of the DCNR grants.
Detected, acquired and identified foreign communications employing International Morse Code with US Army Intelligence Security Command.
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