Eric Alvarez is chief of the Division of Realty for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. In 1991, he began his career with the Fish and Wildlife Service as a Real Estate Appraiser in the Atlanta and Minneapolis Regional Offices. He then transferred to the National Wildlife Refuge System's Headquarters as a realty specialist. Eric became the realty division chief in 2001 and is responsible for directing the FWS land acquisition program, which includes planning, budgeting, as well as managing the Land and Water Conservation Fund account. Eric also manages the Migratory Bird Conservation Fund and Commission as the Secretary to the Commission.
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- D12. Federal Financing for Strategic, Landscape-scale Conservation
October 13, 2018
10:30 AM - Noon