Frank joined New England Forestry Foundation as deputy director in November 2013. He oversees NEFF's land conservation work, communications and brand. He also leads the organization's new Center for Forestry and Conservation Innovation, which seeks to develop creative approaches to accelerate the pace of conservation, improve public understanding of forestry and ensure the highest quality of forest management in New England's woods. Prior to joining NEFF Frank worked for more than 20 years for The Nature Conservancy, leading programs ranging from community-based conservation in the Berkshires to the organization's global climate adaptation program. He left The Nature Conservancy in 2013 as a senior manager. He is a Switzer Fellow, a former senior fellow in the U.S. Department of State's Energy and Climate Partnership of the Americas, the author of three books including most recently Clothed in Bark and adjunct faculty in environmental studies at both Brandeis and Harvard universities.
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- E10. Fresh out of the Oven: Hot Ideas in Conservation Finance
October 19, 2019
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM