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Jim Howe

Executive Director, Central and Western NY Chapter

The Nature Conservancy

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The Nature Conservancy

4245 North Fairfax Drive , Suite 100

Arlington, Virginia,22203

United States

Company Description

The Nature Conservancy is a global conservation organization dedicated to conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends. Guided by science, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world's toughest challenges so that nature and people c...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Nature


Contributor

The Buffalo News


Affiliations

Genesee Land Trust Inc

Advisory Board Member


GrowWNY

Board Member


Finger Lakes Museum

Advisory Board Member


Western New York Land Conservancy

Technical Advisor


Land Trust Alliance

State Advisory Board


Black River Environmental Improvement Association

Board of Trustees


Education

bachelor's degree

natural resources

Cornell University


master's degree

public policy

University of Michigan


Web References(164 Total References)


Honeoye Lake | Finger Lakes | RochesterEnvironment.com

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"We are leading with good science," said Jim Howe, director of The Nature Conservancy, Central and Western New York.


May 2013 news archive

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"The concern is that it forms dense mats which can choke out other vegetation and fish," said Jim Howe, Executive Director of the Nature Conservancy.


May 2017 news

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Conserving for the future Jim Howe oversees local chapter of Nature Conservancy At the suggestion of a friend, Jim Howe often thinks about what life today would be like had the United States been settled from west to east, with the original colonies in places such as California, Oregon and Washington.
So much would be different, including the way local and regional natural resources are viewed. "My friend says that if the continent was settled this way, we would have two incredible national parks, Finger Lakes National Park and Adirondacks National Park," Howe says, noting national parks are more prevalent as one travels west. "It really makes you stop and think about what we have in our own backyards. Howe, executive director of the Central and Western New York chapter of the Nature Conservancy since 2003, has dedicated his adult life to protecting the environment and preserving land and to ensuring those natural resources remain accessible to the public. (May 25, 2017) Rochester Business Journal


December 2011 news

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"The rare alignment of a large property, lakeshore location, and lack of development was a perfect match for the criteria that the Nature Conservancy seeks in protecting land and water," said Jim Howe, executive director of the Central and Western Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, in a statement. (December 22, 2011) Home | Rochester Business Journal New York business news and information


December 2013 news archive

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Jim Howe is executive director of the Nature Conservancy in Central and Western New York.
He says the purchase helps protect drinking water in this area. (December 31, 2013) WXXI News [more on Urban Sprawl in our area]


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