Jackson Moller is a conservation finance specialist with Cooperative Forestry in the Washington Office of the USDA Forest Service. Jackson was formerly the director of strategic partnerships for the Conservation Finance Network (CFN) where he led a growing network of public, private and nonprofit professionals find the capital they need to advance the pace and scale of their conservation efforts. Prior to joining CFN, Jackson was the Land Protection Program Manager for The Nature Conservancy in Colorado where he focused on aligning land conservation efforts with other cross-sector strategies such as sustainable food systems, rural economic development, and climate resilience including wildfire risk management. Earlier in his career he also tracked, drafted and revised legislation as a legal fellow in the US House of Representatives and supported sustainable fisheries and farming initiatives as a volunteer with the US Peace Corps in the Federated States of Micronesia.
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- F01: Maximizing Forest Carbon Benefits of Land Protection: Decoding the Black Box of Carbon Data
September 09, 2023
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