Trevor Cutsinger is the business manager of The Conservation Fund's Working Forest Fund, where he oversees the financial and business functions of the Fund's growing portfolio of working timberland across the United States. Trevor also supports the Working Forest Fund's forest operations, real estate acquisitions, dispositions and fundraising. Prior to joining The Conservation Fund in 2012, Trevor worked with the U.S. Army on its military buffering program, focusing on wetland and species mitigation, conservation easements and fee acquisitions in partnership with non-profit organizations. He holds a master of environmental management degree from the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University.
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- A09. Climate and Economic Resilience: Working Forests as a Means to the End
October 18, 2019
10:30 AM - Noon