Board, Staff, and Advisors

Board of Directors

President
Anne Faulkner
New Hampshire

Conservation Landowner

Vice President
Jim Dumont
Vermont

Attorney

Secretary
Cynthia Pope White
New Hampshire

Artist & Conservation Landowner

Treasurer
Dean Lizotte
New Hampshire 

Certified Public Accountant

Mark Anderson, PhD
Massachusetts 

Director of Conservation Science, Eastern U.S. Region
The Nature Conservancy

Tom Butler
Vermont

Vice President for Conservation Advocacy, Foundation for Deep Ecology

Kristin DeBoer
Massachusetts

Executive Director, Kestrel Land Trust

Marc Lapin, PhD
Vermont 

Franklin Environmental Center, Middlebury College

Merloyd Ludington
Massachusetts

Editor & Publisher

Susie O’Keeffe
Maine

Author & Research Associate, College of the Atlantic

Margaret Sheehan
New Hampshire

Attorney & Environmental Activist

Advisors

Gerard Bertrand, PhD
Co-founder of The World Land Trust
Honorary President of The American Bird Conservancy

Meade Cadot, PhD
Former Land Director
& Senior Naturalist

The Harris Center for Conservation Education

Mike DiNunzio
Conservation Ecologist
Author of Adirondack Wildguide

Bill McKibben
Journalist and activist
Author of The End of Nature and Eaarth

David Publicover
Senior Staff Scientist
Appalachian Mountain Club

Nancy Smith
Former Executive Director
Sweet Water Trust

Steven Trombulak, PhD
Professor of Biology
Middlebury College

George Woodwell, PhD
Founder, Director Emeritus, and Senior Scientist
Woods Hole Research Center

Staff

Jon Leibowitz
Executive Director

Marisa Riggi
Conservation Director

Shelby Perry
Stewardship Director

Cathleen Maine
Director of Development & Operations

 


 

Harry White
Consulting Ecologist

 

 

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