As LWCF coalition manager/Northeast regional coordinator at the Appalachian Mountain Club and a leader within the Land and Water Conservation Fund Coalition, Amy Lindholm coordinates the Coalition's work with the Alliance and hundreds of land trusts as critical partners, along with conservation and recreation organizations, businesses and stakeholders across the country to advocate for full, permanent and dedicated funding of LWCF. Amy was a staffer for the House Natural Resources Committee for several years before joining The Wilderness Society in 2011, rising to become director of TWS's LWCF Campaign. She led that organization's efforts as co-chair of the LWCF Coalition through the fight for reauthorization in 2015, and transferred that work to a new organizational home at the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) this year. AMC is deeply involved in conservation efforts in partnership with local land trusts throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, which brings a strong new dimension to Amy's work with both the Coalition and the Alliance.
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- D17. The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF): What’s the Latest?
October 13, 2018
10:30 AM - Noon