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24 Mar 2020

Conservation Project Manager – Conservation Fund

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The Conservation Fund, working with public, private and nonprofit partners, protects America’s legacy of land and water resources through land acquisition, sustainable community and economic development, and leadership training, emphasizing the integration of economic and environmental goals. By creating solutions that make environmental and economic sense, we are redefining conservation to demonstrate its essential role in our future prosperity. Top-ranked for efficiency and effectiveness, we have worked in all 50 states to protect over 8 million acres of land since 1985.

The Fund is currently looking for a Conservation Project Manager. The Conservation Manager will be part of the California team, focused on the acquisition of land and water rights for conservation. This work includes but is not limited to: landowner contact and negotiation; real estate project tracking and coordination of due diligence activities; public and private fundraising for land and water rights acquisitions, and site visits to potential and active projects.  The Conservation Project Manager will work with public agency and land trust partners as we complete high priority acquisitions and transfer fee and easement interests. The Conservation Project Manager works at the direction of the State Director with an emphasis on working forest and agriculture systems in Northern California and the Central Coast of California. These tasks will be done in coordination with other staff at The Conservation Fund, in and out of California.

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