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New Castle, DE, October 3, 2017, Amy (Alsfeld) Nazdrowicz, Associate and Environmental Scientist at Landmark, has achieved the title of “Certified Habitat Steward” after completing Delaware Nature Society’s (DNS) Habitat Steward Training Series.
As a Habitat Steward, Amy is qualified to volunteer for DNS events, such as the “Marsh and Monarchs Celebration” which was held on September 23 at the DuPont Environmental Education Center at the Wilmington Riverfront.
Amy will also assist individuals and companies with optimizing the habitat value of their yard, business, or school for native insects and wildlife.
To learn more about making your yard a Certified Wildlife Habitat® click here to visti the DNS website or copy and paste this URL into your browser: http://delawarenaturesociety.org/DNS/Conservation/Habitat/Certified_Wildlife_Habitat.aspx?CWH=4#CWH
Amy (Alsfeld) Nazdrowicz is an Environmental Scientist who holds a Master of Science in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Delaware. She has been with Landmark for over 10 years. She specializes in wetland mitigation design and wetland creation, wildlife and habitat studies. Amy is certified as a Recognized Qualified Bog Turtle Surveyor to perform investigations in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Maryland.