University of Vermont


Erin De Vries

Erin De Vries

Outreach & Education Coordinator - Watershed Alliance Program/Aquatic Science Literacy Educator

Phone: 802-859-3086 ext. 305
Office: Rubenstein Ecosystem Science Laboratory, 3 College Street

Areas of Interest

Global water conservation and water advocacy, wetland ecology, watershed stewardship and community based participatory research

Erin has worked as the UVM WA Education & Outreach Coordinator/Aquatic Science Literacy Specialist since May 2010. She has expertise in natural resource planning and management through community based involvement in watershed stewardship and restoration. She has focused on aquatic resource conservation through jobs in the private, public and non-profit sector throughout North America and the Caribbean. She enjoys her outreach work as a board member of the State-Wide Environmental Education Programs (SWEEP) and networking with Vermonters to increase environmental literacy of our precious water resources. Erin is interested in restoration ecology, exploring bogs with her son and husband as well as hiking, biking, yoga, and photography.


M.S. Ecological Planning, University of Vermont, 2008
B.A. Environmental Science concentration in Conservation Biology and Botany, Franklin Pierce College, 1999

Additional Links

UVM Watershed Alliance
Lake Champlain Sea Grant