Kyla Muhammad is a Community Engagement Coordinator at The Conservation Foundation. Kyla’s curiosity about living systems and passion to learn more about the ecosystem led her to become a Master Naturalist, through which she participates in community science, community education, rain monitoring, seed collecting, and native plant projects. She is also passionate about promoting sustainable and regenerative landscapes that nourish people, wildlife, and the soil. As part of these efforts, she studied wild edible plants, urban agriculture, lawn-free design, and converted her own turf-based yard into a Conservation@Home certified edible and medicinal landscape that’s become a wildlife and pollinator magnet. Kyla earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Northwestern University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Roosevelt University. Kyla’s work is focused on ensuring that The Conservation Foundation’s events and programs engage local communities equitably.