Extension Specialist in Natural Resources and Project Manager with Nature Groupie UNH Cooperative Extension
Malin Clyde has been training and leading environmental volunteers for the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension since 2000. In 2012 she launched Nature Groupie, a regional initiative to foster a culture of stewardship in New England. Focused on mobilizing volunteers in both environmental stewardship and citizen science research, Nature Groupie connects thousands of new volunteers each year to volunteer experiences hosted by over 250 conservation partners across New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts and Vermont. Nature Groupie promotes caring for and studying the environment through a weekly volunteer bulletin, quarterly partner newsletters, social media channels and volunteer training materials and workshops. Malin is passionate about connecting new people to the outdoors through volunteer action in forests, fields, waterways, coasts, and our own backyards. She holds a BA from Yale University and an MS from the University of Washington College of Environmental and Forest Sciences.