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Geos Institute helps communities build resilience in the face of climate change

Carrie Stevenson

As a Coastal Sustainability Agent, I have over 20 years’ experience in stormwater management and wetlands ecology. I use this expertise to assist clientele with small-scale Florida-friendly landscaping and larger scale water quality management projects. I served on the City of Pensacola’s Climate Task Force, which has led to significant changes in city policy and made them pioneers in climate work in northwest Florida. As part of the Extension Climate Work Action Group, I am the regional go-to person in northwest Florida for issues related to flood mitigation and climate science. I have also co-taught two “Climate Smart Floridians” courses to residents around the state. I am experienced with meeting facilitation, project development, communication, and education/outreach. As the recent leader of our Extension natural resource agents’ group, I have long-term relationships with colleagues working in the counties within my assigned CRDZ areas and will be able to partner easily with them to make local connections.

Carrie Stevenson is part of the Southeast Navigator Network