Shelton Douthit has worked in the land conservation field for the past 31 years, and has been the executive director of Feather River Land Trust since 2016. Over his career, his specialty has been land acquisition and due diligence and has assisted nonprofit land trusts and public agencies nationwide to complete a wide variety of transactions. From ¼ acre lots within the Carrizo Plan National Monument to the 430,000 acre Catellus acquisition (former railroad land grant lands) in California's Mojave Desert, Shelton and his staff have assisted with the protection of over 800,000 acres of land and performed thousands of Environmental Site Inspections, Baseline Reports and restoration actions with a diverse array of public and private clients including a 15 year partnership with the National Park Service and Bureau of Land Management, working on behalf of the The Wildlands Conservancy, the Transition Habitat Conservancy, The Conservation Fund, The Nature Conservancy, Mojave Desert Land Trust and 24 other non?profit conservation organizations.
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- F16: Building Climate Resilient Working Lands through the Power of Partnership
September 09, 2023
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM