Our Staff

Our Staff

The full-time Tippecanoe SWCD staff work closely with a team of conservation specialists and NRCS employees to provide a number of technical and educational programs throughout the District.

Get to know the faces you will see around the office and in the field!

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Chris RemleyChris Remley
District Administrator
765-474-9992, Ext. 101

 chris.remley@in.nacdnet.net

Chris has been with the District since February of 1990.  In addition to her administrative duties, she provides educational programs and is responsible for coordination of outreach activities.  She also serves as the District representative and Treasurer of the Greater Wabash River Resource Conservation and Development Council which serves five surrounding counties.

Chris is married, has 1 dog, 4 grown children and 9 grandchildren.  She enjoys spending time with her family, but also enjoys vacations away from home, gardening, and long weekends at the lake when weather permits!

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Angie MillerAngieGarciaMiller
Rural Conservationist

765-474-9992, Ext. 110
Angela.Garcia-Miller@in.nacdnet.net

Angie has been with the District since 2013.   Her duties include coordinating the rental of the district’s two Truax drills, presenting educational programs, and working alongside NRCS staff to provide technical assistance regarding conservation and agriculture. She has a particular interest in wildlife, and works with customers to improve wildlife habitat on private lands. Angie is a graduate of Ball State University with a B.A. in Natural Resources and Environmental Management.

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Mark Eastman
District Conservationist
United States Department of Agriculture

Natural Resources Conservation Service
765-474-9992, Ext. 109
mark.eastman@in.usda.gov
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Mark works for the United States Department of Agriculture – Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and has been in the Lafayette field office for the past 25 years.  His agency has a strong long-term relationship with the Tippecanoe Soil and Water Conservation District, helping landowners voluntarily conserve natural resources on their land.

He is a graduate of Purdue University.  He is a former soil scientist and soil conservationist.  During his 30+ years of USDA service, he has served as district conservationist in six counties in Indiana.

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