Katie Brasted founded the Woodlands Conservancy in 2001 to preserve and restore forested wetlands that provide wildlife habitat. Her research on forested wetland recovery was included in the book, Hurricane Katrina and the Lessons of Disaster Relief. Her honors and roles include: Loyola Institute for Environmental Communication Fellow; a CitiBusiness Women of the Year; Louisiana Wildlife Federation's Habitat Management Committee; EPA's Urban Waters Partnership Program; Certified Louisiana Master Naturalist; FHWA Recreational Trails Program for Louisiana Advisory Committee.
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- C14. No Land Trust is Too Small to Conserve Wildlife with Federal Partners!
September 16, 2022
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM