Nature Writer - Educator - Biomimicry Fellow
Margo worked with the Biomimicry Institute to enhance and improve their much used online tool, AskNature.org.
Margo coached two graduate student teams for the International Biomimicry Student Design Challenge. The teams, from England and the U.S., worked to create solution pathways for flooding, water reuse and irrigation in hydroponics. She is currently consulting for students searching for or participating in PhD programs that can transform infrastructure for communities and businesses interested in creating environmental resiliency while enhancing financial bottom lines. 2013
Margo was among 100 water professionals EPA leaders invited to help set a water agenda for President Obama's administration. Visit this link to see our final report.
Life Support: Tennessee's Water
Margo wrote this book as a partnership product for the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts and the Cumberland River Compact. The goal of the book is to help middle school students better understand our watersheds and the processes required to bring clean water to our homes businesses and communities. 2012
"Getting to Know Your Watershed:
Water's Journey Through the Red River and Pleasant Grove Creek Watersheds"
Margo wrote this book for Austin Peay State University to help staff teach 4th through 6th graders about the watershed they call home. 2009
Water and Watts - Margo was pleased to review and edit this informative piece by WRI, SEEA, and Southface.