Halle Goldstein

Halle Goldstein, Southwest Florida Conservation Organizer with Audubon Florida
Halle was born and raised in Fort Myers, Florida. She attended school at Florida State University in Tallahassee. After graduation, Halle worked with The Florida Trail Association (FTA) to establish its Gateway Community Program- A program that serves to benefit thru-hikers and the local businesses along the Florida National Scenic Trail. During her time at FTA, she was fortunate enough to receive a Trail Apprentice Scholarship for the 2018 National Trails System Conference in Washington State. She then went to work for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s permitting program where she garnered a real understanding of the importance of wetlands. Halle currently works with Audubon Florida as a Conservation Organizer to expand their base of partners and climate advocates along Florida’s west coast. Halle spends her free time fishing, scuba diving, hiking, and traveling.

2024 National Trails Workshop Call for Proposals Open