Jodi Leamon

Jodi Leamon is a Fort Wayne native with degrees in Environmental Studies from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and Biology from the University of Illinois Chicago. She has also lived in California, Rhode Island, Colorado, and the Bahamas, pursuing work in the Environmental Sciences. She’s certified in SCUBA and as a Wildland Firefighter. Favorite things: travel, outdoor recreation of all kinds, eating local foods, cooking shows, setting stuff on fire (in the name of habitat enhancement), and frogs. Being back in Fort Wayne rooted in the West Central neighborhood, married to Dustin Flaugher and helping people learn how to live more sustainably is the best life ever. Reach her at [email protected]

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