Erin Giebner

Virginia Watershed Education Program (VWEP) Manager

VA Educator Erin Eberstein
Tenure at CBF
: May 2012-Present


  • Virginia Tech, M.S. Education with a focus in Agricultural Education
  • Virginia Tech, B.S. Natural Resources Conservation and Recreation with a minor in Forestry

Erin strongly values the importance of environmental education and the need for experiential opportunities for students in and outside of the classroom. Striving to share her passion for the environment through education and stewardship, Erin feels privileged to have the opportunity to speak on behalf of the Bay.

Prior to joining the CBF team, Erin interned throughout the country at Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, Congaree National Park, and worked with several other organizations and non-profits such as Mountain Lake Conservancy and Reynolds Homestead and Forest Research Center. Erin feels blessed to have the opportunity to share her prior experiences and knowledge with students as well as learn from those to come!

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