Abigail Weinberg is the director of conservation research at the Open Space Institute. She develops science-based approaches for landscape-scale conservation for foundations, public agencies, and non-profits. Her work has informed investments of over $60 million in land protection grants to protect 2 million acres and develop nearly 35 science-based conservation plans for land trusts and public agencies. Abby has a master of forestry degree from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and Bachelors from St. John’s College, Santa Fe. Her current work focuses on applying science on water quality and climate change to land protection.
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- SEM01. Creating a Resilient Landscape: Tools for Climate-Resilient Land Protection
October 17, 2019
8:00 AM - Noon