Danielle Atkins, “Women landowners are incredibly important in land management” podcast

Danielle Atkins is a forestry and wildlife professional who is the Forester for Mcintosh SEED (Sustainable Environment & Economic Development) in Darien, Georgia. In her role, she supports landowners in the SFLR program through the U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities. Danielle educates landowners on their land options and provides hands-on assistance with outreach, workshops, technical assistance, management plan writing, publications, clustering projects, and special programs for women landowners. Prior to this, Danielle worked for The Nature Conservancy, Weyerhaeuser, Plum Creek, and the Georgia Forestry Commission. Her professional preparation includes a Bachelors in Wildlife and a Master of Forest Resources from the University of Georgia. She is also a Registered Forester in Georgia, a Master Timber Harvester in Georgia, and a certified Wildland Firefighter. Listen to and share this episode about Danielle and her important work.

Listen to Episode #107, "Women landowners are incredibly important in land management" at Leadership Nature.