Tegan Wendland has reported on science and environmental issues for over a decade. Her stories have aired nationally and internationally on Morning Edition, All Things Considered, Marketplace, Planet Money, Reveal, BBC, and the CBC, among many other outlets. Her reporting on flooding and coastal management have taken her to the Netherlands and COP 21 in Paris. She has worked at NPR stations in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Louisiana, and is now editor of the Mississippi River Basin Ag & Water Desk, where she edits and coordinates coverage of science and environmental issues between 15 newsrooms. She also holds a master’s degree in Life Sciences Communication from UW-Madison and grew up on a farm in rural Wisconsin. She now lives in New Orleans with her little doggie and spends her free time backpacking, kayaking, or making elaborate nature-themed Mardi Gras costumes.