Evan Abramson is a Pollination Systems Designer and Planner at LandscapeInteractions. Drawing on his diverse experience as a regional land use planner, landscape designer, community organizer, documentary filmmaker and photojournalist, he designs landscapes and regional corridors that build biodiversity and strengthen ecological resilience to a changing climate at the ecosystems level, through the (re)creation of native pollination systems and individual pollinator-plant interactions. A former Land Use and Natural Resources Planner at the Franklin Regional Council of Governments, Evan designed a climate resiliency plan for the Deerfield River Watershed, the first of its kind in the State of Massachusetts. His environmental documentaries have garnered dozens of festival awards, and influenced policy makers across the globe. He holds a Master of Science in Ecological Design from the Conway School of Landscape Design, and is co-author of the Great Barrington Pollinator Action Plan.