The lead of land management strategy will become the driving force behind growing the capacity of the Conservancy’s land conservation work. A key lead will ensure collaborative interaction with public user groups, hunters, private landowners, lessee graziers and farmers, grant funders, volunteers, and regulatory agencies. This position will require a proven track record of project coordination with multiple stakeholders and the ability to integrate science into long-term, strategic conservation planning for habitat management activities at Conservancy-owned nature preserves. This will be achieved through innovative thinking for restoration techniques, including transitional agricultural and grazing strategies. We are looking for a professional with vision, drive, and strong strategic and

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