Dustin Angell, B.A.
Director of Education
Dustin Angell is an environmental educator and conservation photographer living and working in the headwaters of Florida's Everglades. As the Program Director of Education at Archbold Biological Station in Venus, FL, he builds community relationships and interprets ecological research for audiences of all ages. Dustin holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Alfred University. Dustin’s photography, which highlights science and environmental stewardship, has been published nationally locally, regionally, and nationally; a recent collaboration with The Wild Center, in New York State, resulted in a permanent Climate Change Solutions exhibit. Dustin is the two-time former President of the League of Environmental Educators in Florida (LEEF), winner of LEEF's Golden LEEF Award for contributions to EE across the state, and a recipient of the Outstanding Educator Award from the Florida Chapter of the Wildlife Society.