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“Margarita Wells is the founder of Thank You Miami, a lifestyle blog intended to help ‘Miami enthusiasts revel in and be thankful for life in paradise.’ Originally from Mexico City, she works as an environmental professional—and in October 2016, she published her first book, The HUNT Miami, which documents some of the city’s most under-the-radar gems.” —Localeur Magazine, Fall/Winter 2017

“Wells said that beach renourishment combined with sand dunes is the most effective method for fighting erosion…” —Miami Herald, October 24 2017

“The challenge with sea level rise as it relates to our beaches is that we would anticipate that as the sea level rises, it is going to take away some of the width we currently have.” —The Weather Channel, September 28 2017

“Margarita Wells, the Beach’s environmental director, told the Miami Herald the impacts highlight the importance of maintaining the city’s dunes and shoreline.” —Miami Herald, September 19 2017

“Margarita Wells points to a large gray box that stands between Biscayne Bay and Purdy Avenue, explaining how the system works.” —NTV Germany, September 8 2017

“Wells said a diverse mix of native grasses, shrubs and trees will be planted to replace the razed dunes…” —Miami Herald, August 19 2017

“La Bióloga Marina, Margarita Wells, del ayuntamiento de Miami Beach, a dirigido este último taller, haciendo aportes con medidas de adaptación al cambio climático.” —Alcaldía de Las Terrenas, July 22 2017

“…se llevó acabo el primer día de intercambio con una experta de recursos naturales y sostenibilidad, Sra. Margarita Wells, en el ayuntamiento de Las Terrenas.” —Alcaldía de Las Terrenas, July 19 2017

“There’s a lot of things to learn from the Dutch,” Wells said. — WLRN, June 27 2017

Miami Beach Se Eleva Sobre El Nivel Del Mar —Telocuentonews, April 12 2017

“One of Wheaton’s staff members, environmental resources manager Margarita Wells, will serve as acting environmental director.” —Miami Herald, February 22 2017

“‘All stormwater carries pollutants,’ says Margarita Wells, the city’s environmental resources manager.” —Miami New Times, November 15 2016

Bloomberg’s D4GX Data Scientists and Non-Profit Hosts Share Key Lessons Learned —Medium, October 19 2016

Local Love: Miami, FL vs. New Orleans, LA —Trulia Blog, April 6 2016

Miami’s Coast Is Getting A Natural Face-Lift —WLRN, March 18 2015

Es Important Tomar En Serio Elevación Del Nivel Del Mar: Margarita Wells —W Radio, February 10 2015

Foodie Friends – #ThankYouMiami —Mitch and Mel Take Miami, 2015

Getting to Known our Localeurs: Ericka & Margarita —The Localeur Blog, 2015