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Danielle Stevenson

Danielle Stevenson is a consultant with 10 years of experience helping corporate, non-profit, and community clientele develop, implement, and evaluate solutions to environmental and social problems. This includes research and development, proposal and grant writing, implementation and coordination of large-scale, multi-sectoral food recovery (Neighborhood Food Access Program) and food security programs as well as bioremediation and soil science research (Healing City Soils) which build collaboration between academic institutions, government, community groups, and citizens. In addition, she operates a business called “D.I.Y. Fungi” which offers education and mushroom cultures to support people, farms and businesses to grow edible mushrooms and works on bioremediation projects to address waste and pollution issues. She has co-authored a review of an oil spill cleanup, a regional waste audit, and is currently working on two research projects working with fungi to address specific toxic wastes in partnership with industry. She has a degree in Environmental Studies, and training in Mycology, Mycoremediation, Permaculture Design, Wetland Restoration and Oil Spill Response.