Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on June 10.
The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Clifford David, Jr. its Board of Directors.
David has been involved in land conservation for over 30 years. He has extensive experience in non-profit, government and private sectors, with a focus on blending conservation and economic development. David has been coming to the Lake George region for more than 40 years, including as a Bolton resident during the last 20.
On joining the LGLC Board, David said, “I have always believed that it is important to support and be involved in organizations that align with my values. The LGLC brings together my deep interest in protecting our ecosystem while enhancing the communities’ interests and uses of this beautiful watershed.”
“Cliff brings extensive experience in the field of land protection to the LGLC,” said LGLC Executive Director Jamie Brown, “from the operation of land trusts and organizational management, to the implementation of land protection on large landscape and watershed-scale levels, and project development for businesses that maximize conservation outcomes. I am confident that he will be vital part of our work and make a positive impact on the Lake George watershed.”
David is the President and CEO of Conservation Economics, a consulting company that provides services to corporate and individual landowners who wish to monetize the value of their property while protecting its natural and historic resources. David has a B.S. in Botany from the University of Vermont, and a M.S. in Organization and Management from Antioch College. He serves on many for-profit and non-profit boards and councils in the greater Philadelphia region of Pennsylvania.
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Source: Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce