Taylor Wilson has taken on the title of Urban Conservation Technician in place of Andrew Fritz. Taylor worked at the SWCD as the Conservation Technician and Outreach Assistant for 11 months before transitioning to this new position.
Since beginning work as the Urban Conservation Technician in August, Taylor has been helping coordinate the Hamilton County Invasives Partnership (HIP), working as the Co-Chair of the HIP Technical Committee, attending site visits, and working on the SWCD urban agriculture programs such as the container garden program, produce donation to food pantries, and the annual cover crop give away.
Taylor has a bachelor's degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Management with a minor in Plant Biology from Ball State University with focuses on soil and ecology. Contact Taylor regarding:
Urban vegetable gardening and agriculture
Invasive species management
Workshops, educational events and speaking engagements on urban conservation topics
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