Lee Waller

Lee Waller is a Southwest Florida local from Alva. In 2006, he earned his bachelors degree in Environmental Studies from Florida Gulf Coast University.

Lee previously worked as an intern for Parks and Recreation's Land Stewardship division. Lee joined Conservation 20/20 as a Senior Program Specialist in 2006. As a Senior Program Specialist, he focused on field activities including exotic plant and animal control, prescribed burns, property and vehicle maintenance, boundary sign installation, and assisting the Land Stewardship staff and Lee County contractors with a wide range of restoration projects.

In October of 2008, Lee was hired as a Land Stewardship Coordinator for the Conservation 20/20 Land Program. He is now responsible for writing and implementation of Land Stewardship Plans, performing site inspections, managing projects related to land management such as exotic plant control and hydrologic and pasture restorations. Lee is trained in ArcGIS mapping software and in conducting ecological prescribed burns. He has a Pesticide Applicator License in Natural Areas Weed Management, and a Class A commercial drivers license (CDL).

Lee enjoys an active outdoor lifestyle of running, cycling, and even triathlons. He is a member of the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization's (LEE MPO) Bicycle Pedestrian Coordinating Committee as well as Southwest Florida Critical Mass, the Caloosa Riders Bicycle Club, Speedsters Running Club, and the Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife.


Land Stewardship Coordinator
Parks & Recreation/Conservation 20/20
3410 Palm Beach Blvd.
Fort Myers, FL 33916
(239) 707-0862
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