We have included some of the people who we work with. Enjoy getting to know these people who have shared their good efforts, commitment and creativity with us. These are people who make a difference in our coastal restoration projects and educational efforts. Interns are featured on our INTERN TEAM page and Researchers are included as members of our RESEARCHERS TEAM
Kayla is shown here planting American Beach Grass on an Ocean Beach Dune system we are restoring in Truro. She works coordinating our Coastal Restoration Projects. Kayla has received Certification in Coastal Zone Management.
Fiona is currently taking Coastal Ecology Seminars with Safe Harbor. Fiona is shown here planting Spartina Marsh Grass on a restoration site. She has worked as a videographer with the Whale Watch boats on Cape Cod.
Molly, shown here transplanting Beach Grass, is working on beach restoration projects with us this winter. Molly has studied Natural Resource Management and previously worked on an Oyster Farm.
Julia has managed multiple Coastal Construction and Restoration projects. Julia has also been our Intern Coordinator and Volunteer Coordinator. She enjoys working outside in any weather.Julia recently graduated from UMASS Amherst and Univ of Hawaii in Environmental Studies.
Erika is shown here installing Biomimicry sand collection system shims prior to an Ocean storm. She began working with us as an Intern and is now in her second year working as a coastal restoration coordinator.
Nadia has been our Educational Coordinator, designing educational presentations we provide to schools, colleges, municipalities and the public each year. Nadia is also responsible for Outreach Coordination, sharing our innovative Biomimicry restoration system with coastal communities from New Jersey to New Hampshire and from California to Australia.
Noelle is shown here planting Spartina, on a Fringe Marsh Restoration Project on Nantucket Sound. Noelle started as our Winter, Coastal Restoration Intern. She has an environmental degree and work experience with the New England Aquarium and Audubon.
Tessera has worked with us doing Climate Change research from Iceland and is now on our Coastal Restoration Team. She is also an emerging artist and received our Environmental Vision Grant for some of her artwork. We will be featuring some of her work in our publications.
Brendon is our problem solver, in addition to being our Arborist.
Jess is shown here creating an innovative double line erosion control system. Before working with Safe Harbor, Jess worked as a fishery observer on boats in the Gulf of Alaska.