Stacey spent her early years camping all over California and Oregon and playing at her family’s beach house at Monterey Bay. She raised her children to appreciate wild nature and now enjoys life in beautiful Los Osos. Since co-founding Ecologistics in 2010, Stacey has dedicated much of her free time to bringing environmental enlightenment to others.
Michael is a 5th generation Californian raised in a family with a strong tradition of public service. He is a teacher, lawyer, hiker, Bioneer, lover of all that remains wild, and a co-founder of two local non-profits, Ecologistics and BiodiversityFirst!
Nadia is a long-time resident of Los Osos, CA and a graduate of Cal Poly University, San Luis Obispo, CA. She is the owner of NAB Landscape Designs and Nadia B. Good Landscaping. Nadia combines her passion for gardening, landscaping, and design with a strong commitment to family, community, and the environment.
Ted is a long-time conservation activist and organizer. His passions include backpacking, gardening, and writing. Ted has worked for the Sierra Club and served as a manager for the employee-owned company Bookpeople in Berkeley, CA. He has been inspired by the example of Arne Naess to live by the principles of Deep Ecology.
Saba is finishing her last year at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, studying Environmental Management and Protection with minors in City & Regional Planning and Sustainable Environments. Throughout her college career, she has dedicated her time and studies towards major social and environmental topics such as, conventional agriculture, urban ecology, and the depletion of natural resources. In the future, she aspires to continue working on environmental and social issues in order to keep nature beautiful and society happy.
Daniel Levi is an environmental psychologist who has been a professor at Cal Poly for over 30 years. He teaches courses in environmental psychology, teamwork, organizational behavior, and the psychology of technology. His varied environmental research interests include perception of environmental quality, human responses to hazards, ecotourism and the value of nature, historic preservation and managing sacred places, and promoting environmentally responsible actions.