Natalie has been working on public health promotion, environmental health, community outreach, fisheries restoration and planning projects since 2005. She has led and supported projects in both the Active Living and Watershed programs of NRS, including multiple trail planning projects, North Coast Stormwater Coalition’s Non-Point Source Pollution Prevention Program, the Eureka Street Trees program, Loleta and Samoa Peninsula Community-building Initiatives, Mad River Watershed Management Plan, and many more. Natalie is particularly interested in projects that involve community engagement as well as a connection between habitat enhancement and healthy human communities. She is a graduate of the Cascadia Leadership Training program. She has many other community roles in public service which are an extension of her desire to create positive changes on the north coast. Natalie is also completing her M.S. in Environmental Science and Management at Humboldt State University.