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Team

Eric Paulus, Operations Manager Eric Paulus is the Operations Manager at Ecology Action’s Circle Acres Nature Preserve. Before joining Ecology Action, Eric owned a small farm and plant nursery called Regeneration Eco-Farm. Regeneration served as a model urban farm for sustainable production and ecological stewardship. He gained valuable horticultural experience working at various farms, plant nurseries and landscaping companies. He has a BA from the University of Texas at Austin in Geography and History. He has spent time in southern India working on a reforestation project, co-managed a community garden and arboretum, and taught workshops on vermicomposting, Integrated Pest Management and enhancing soil health by increasing organic matter. Aside from stints in Italy, India and Massachusetts, Eric has lived in Austin since 2000. He has a young son and is interested in the soil microbiome, biodiversity and native plants. As a former participant of the Rhizome Collective, Eric took part in the original clean up of Circle Acres in 2004/05 and has seen first-hand how far the site has come from its days as a toxic brownfield.

Eric Paulus, Operations Manager

Eric Paulus is the Operations Manager at Ecology Action’s Circle Acres Nature Preserve. Before joining Ecology Action, Eric owned a small farm and plant nursery called Regeneration Eco-Farm. Regeneration served as a model urban farm for sustainable production and ecological stewardship. He gained valuable horticultural experience working at various farms, plant nurseries and landscaping companies. He has a BA from the University of Texas at Austin in Geography and History. He has spent time in southern India working on a reforestation project, co-managed a community garden and arboretum, and taught workshops on vermicomposting, Integrated Pest Management and enhancing soil health by increasing organic matter. Aside from stints in Italy, India and Massachusetts, Eric has lived in Austin since 2000. He has a young son and is interested in the soil microbiome, biodiversity and native plants. As a former participant of the Rhizome Collective, Eric took part in the original clean up of Circle Acres in 2004/05 and has seen first-hand how far the site has come from its days as a toxic brownfield.

Cory Skuldt, Consultant Cory's background is in nonprofit and small business management, with a focus on reuse and waste diversion. She's also experienced in event production and community education. Cory graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design before receiving a Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management in Austin, and was recently accepted to Bard College's MBA in Sustainability. For the past 9 years Cory has served as Co-Director of Treasure City Thrift, supporting local grassroots organizations through cooperative social enterprise. As co-founder of Boston Skillshare and Skillshare Austin, she created community education events for all ages, and for several years produced Boston's Bike-In Film Fest. She currently serves on the board of Austin Creative Reuse as chair of the sustainability committee, and volunteers with the AISD Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee. Cory has lived in East Austin for 10 years with her two sons, Finn and Emlin. She's fueled by adventures in natural places, backyard fires, and lots of good coffee.

Cory Skuldt, Consultant

Cory's background is in nonprofit and small business management, with a focus on reuse and waste diversion. She's also experienced in event production and community education. Cory graduated from Massachusetts College of Art and Design before receiving a Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management in Austin, and was recently accepted to Bard College's MBA in Sustainability. For the past 9 years Cory has served as Co-Director of Treasure City Thrift, supporting local grassroots organizations through cooperative social enterprise. As co-founder of Boston Skillshare and Skillshare Austin, she created community education events for all ages, and for several years produced Boston's Bike-In Film Fest. She currently serves on the board of Austin Creative Reuse as chair of the sustainability committee, and volunteers with the AISD Environmental Stewardship Advisory Committee. Cory has lived in East Austin for 10 years with her two sons, Finn and Emlin. She's fueled by adventures in natural places, backyard fires, and lots of good coffee.