Mallory Eastland

Project Coordinator

mallory.eastland@ag.tamu.edu (936) 788-3548

Mallory serves as the project coordinator for the South Atlantic Salt Marsh Initiative, the Southeast Regional Partnership for Planning and Sustainability’s (SERPPAS) effort to improve coastal resilience and habitat protections by developing a regional salt marsh conservation plan for North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and northeast Florida. She oversees federal, state, and local partner engagement in this inclusive voluntary, non-regulatory planning effort. Additionally, Mallory assists in the organization and management of research, monitoring, reporting, outreach, and compliance efforts associated with various endangered species, land management, land sustainability, and cultural resource projects.

Mallory earned a Bachelor of Science from Texas State University and a Master of Science in environmental science from the University of Texas at San Antonio.

Mallory grew up in east Texas but relocated to North Carolina with her husband. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her dog, paddling, gardening, traveling, and spending time with family.