Jodi Stemler Consulting used data developed by Southwick Associates that documented the potential loss of real estate values should river flows along the Colorado River watershed decline. The one-page infographics focused on four communities – Aspen, Colorado; Grand County, Colorado; Farmington, New Mexico; and Sedona Arizona.
Every five years, upon the release of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife Associated Recreation, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation has used the data to tell a compelling story about the economic impact of hunters and anglers. In 2012, Jodi served as project manager for CSF’s sportsmen’s economic impact report […]
This report for the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies summarized the current siting authorities for all 50 states and outlined any existing wildlife considerations in place for wind siting. The research was used extensively during the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Wind Turbine Guidelines Advisory Committee discussions.
Jodi Stemler Consulting’s first project in 2005 was serving as the initiative manager for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership’s Marine Conservation Initiative. Jodi coordinated a coalition of sportfishing groups – the Angling 4 Oceans coalition – to develop policy priorities and to encourage those policies be included in reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Act. Those priorities […]