Angie Reseland - Executive Director
Angie has been the Executive Director of the Necanicum Watershed Council since April 2018. Prior to joining the Council, Angie worked for the Natural Resources Conservation Service for over 8 years, where she partnered with private landowners, non-profits, Tribes, and local, county, state, and federal governmental agencies to implement conservation practices to protect the environment, assist in growing food, and enhance fish and wildlife habitat.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology, with an archaeology emphasis, and two master’s degrees. Her M.S. in environmental studies at the Evergreen State College focused on anthropogenic impacts to wildlife behavior of Cascade red foxes, habituation and food conditioning, and human/wildlife conflict avoidance and mitigation. Her M.S. in resource management at Central Washington University focused on soils, with special emphasis on dryland agriculture.
She and her husband John bought a home in Seaside in 2017 and love walking their dogs, Lizzie and Kinga, on the beach every day. Angie enjoys making positive impacts in the watershed where she lives.