Environmental Educator, Franklin Conservation District
I’m Naomi Alhadeff, and I’ve been living in southeastern Washington since 2012. My degree in Wildlife Biology, combined with my work experience, has enabled me to be a non-formal educator since 2006. I love putting on Teacher Workshops and truly enjoy being outside and enjoy teaching people from ages 0-99.
Currently, I work for the Franklin Conservation District and teach our education programs “Wheat Week", "Water on Wheels", and “Salmon in the Classroom” throughout southeastern Washington. Being one of the Washington State Project WET Coordinators, I facilitate educator workshops statewide with Kara Kaelber.
A dedicated nerd, I also enjoy spending time outdoors with my two dogs, Barley and Olive. When I’m not in the classroom you can find me gardening, reading or watching the Montana GRIZZLIES play with my best friend and partner, Ryan! Finally, I love snakes and bats! So, if I can get you to at least not hate them too, that’s a mission accomplished!