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The staff at Wildwood Consulting, Inc. has extensive experience supporting decision-making and consensus-building on issues involving natural resources. Specifically, we provide water resources planning, strategic planning, project management, resilience assessment, report writing, and facilitation. We have worked in numerous Florida watersheds, including the Everglades, the Caloosahatchee River, Indian River Lagoon, Charlotte Harbor and Estero Bay, and the Upper, Middle, and Lower Saint Johns River.

We take pride in our technical expertise, our focus on detail and our attention to the client's changing needs. We have a reputation for providing personalized service and efficiently guiding complex projects and issues to a successful outcome. Our professional staff provides high-quality facilitation services as well as project and program management support for water quality improvement projects, water supply conservation, coastal resiliency, and other natural resource restoration projects.

Tiffany Lutterman Busby, President

Tiffany Lutterman Busby, President

In 2000, Tiffany founded Wildwood Consulting after serving as the Director of the Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program (NEP) and as the manager of the Georgia Coastal Management Program. She saw the need for a specialized firm that could support federal, state and local governments and agencies as they implemented restoration projects.

These efforts often involved multiple agencies, citizens, universities, the private sector and specialists who needed assistance with tracking and coordinating joint projects. One example is the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) program. As collaborative efforts expanded, Tiffany supported the committees, agencies, and stakeholders involved with modeling, development of pollutant load allocations, policy development and implementation through facilitation and conflict resolution assistance. Tiffany continues to support complex decision-making processes and implementation of programs and projects.

Tiffany has a Master’s Degree in Environmental Management from Duke University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin. Tiffany is the current President of the Florida Stormwater Association and their past Chair of Legislative and Governmental Relations. Tiffany is also a Certified Facilitator through the University of Miami.

Laura Savage, Project Manager

Laura Savage, Program Manager

Laura has extensive experience in the environmental engineering profession. She currently supports total maximum daily load (TMDL) implementation throughout Florida including the development of basin management action plans (BMAPs), annual reporting, reviewing project successes and compliance issues, and determining nutrient removal credit for stormwater projects.

Laura previously worked for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (Department) for over 11 years in the wastewater and environmental resource permitting programs. While at the Department, Laura served as the subject matter expert for stormwater and reviewed engineering design and operation principles to ensure facilities, plans, and specifications were in compliance with State and Federal regulations. Laura also worked for three years in the environmental department of a pulp and paper mill, supporting their compliance and monitoring programs.

Laura holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering Sciences from the University of Florida.

Tina Gordon, Project Manager

Tina Gordon, Project Manager

Tina is a trained facilitator with more than 11 years professional experience in coastal resiliency, ecological, and natural resource issues. Tina has extensive expertise in identifying beneficial projects and preparing management plans. Tina supports basin management action plans throughout Florida, including those that address surface waters and springs impairments. Prior to joining Wildwood Consulting, Tina was the Coastal Training Program Coordinator at the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve. Tina has facilitated collaborative meetings on topics such as sea level rise, regional oyster research, water quality, and living shorelines. Tina has also delivered training and materials for a wide range of audiences on various environmental topics for the public and for technical audiences.

Tina holds a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation from the University of Florida. Previously, Tina served on advisory boards for the St. Johns County-University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF-IFAS) and for Florida Sea Grant.