Tyler Marzella

Born and raised on Pine Island, in coastal Lee County, Tyler is a graduate of the University of Florida with a Bachelor's degree in Agricultural Operations Management. Tyler previously worked as a wildlife technician for Lykes Ranch, where he performed wildlife management activities, including game species surveys, nuisance hog control, and gopher tortoise habitat preservation. He later became the Ranch Forestry Coordinator, overseeing the harvest and planting of nearly 50,000 acres of managed forest areas.

After a few years on the ranch, Tyler moved into public land conservation with the St. Johns River Water Management District as a land management technician, responsible for public access, fire line maintenance, fuels mitigation, wildfire response, and prescribed fire.

In 2018, Tyler returned to Lee County as a Land Stewardship Coordinator with Conservation 20/20.

Tyler is a Certified Prescribed Burner, Certified Pile Burner, wildland firefighter, and holds a Class A CDL.

Land Stewardship Coordinator
Parks & Recreation/Conservation Lands
2959 Van Buren Street
Fort Myers, FL 33916
(239) 220-7243