Water Stewardship, Inc.

Improving Water Quality ~ Sustaining Agriculture

FYI- WSI will be permanently closing on December 31, 2015.

Water Stewardship, Inc. (WSI) is an independent science-based nonprofit whose mission is to strengthen private and public sector efforts to reduce nutrient and sediment pollution of rivers, lakes and coastal waters.

WSI strives to improve water quality while also maintaining and enhancing agricultural profitability. The organization was founded in 2008 and has since worked on both domestic and international projects, with a majority of work to date taking place in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. WSI is based in Annapolis, Maryland.







New Acting Executive Director

Last month Eva Christensen became the new Acting Executive Director of Water Stewardship, Inc. (WSI). She replaces Dr. Anna Roberts, who has returned to Australia for personal and professional reasons. Eva  joined WSI in October 2014 as a Technical Specialist. Prior to joining WSI, she had nine years of field experience as a USDA Technical Services Provider and as a field specialist/instructor for USAID in Mozambique, Angola, Kenya, and Liberia. She has also created a commercial composting company called Earthtenders that she owned and managed for 14 years. Eva has a passion for working with small farmers and a strong background in developing grassroots programs, including being awarded the President’s volunteer service award in 2013. She is also an Ambassador for Oxfam’s Sisters of the Planet initiative. Eva holds a M.S. in Soil and Water Science with a focus on Agroecology from the University of Florida and a B.S. in Economics of International Development from Georgetown University. Eva was a welcome addition to WSI last year and we are excited to have her now assume leadership of the... read more

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