Become a Climate Champion! Learn more and join Mass Audubon’s network of advocacy volunteers working together to advocate for policies that advance nature-based climate solutions that protect land, habitats, and wildlife.
Mass Audubon is working to make climate action accessible and a top priority for all Massachusetts residents – watch Heather Packard’s presentation from Sunday, April 16th to learn how easy it can be! CLICK HERE to download the slides from her presentation.
Heather Packard has been with Mass Audubon since March 2022 organizing their grassroots, statewide advocacy volunteer program, Climate Champions. She is also an active member if First Parish Concord and a member of UU Mass Action. She holds a master’s degree in Nonprofit Management and her bachelors was in Biology. Heather started her climate story while serving in Peace Corps Senegal in the 1990s and witnessing the Sahara Desert’s expansion south in real time. She loves hiking and camping with her family, which is her inspiration for her climate action.