As the Director of the Connecticut Farmland Preservation Program, Cam has preserved over 100 New England farms covering 8,000 acres of prime and important soils, contiguous forests, and scenic vistas. His conservation efforts began in 2002 as the founding director of the Connecticut Farmland Trust. He also provided post-conflict development aid in the Balkans, was a Midwest-based urban planner, and an architecture professor in D.C. Knowingly a yankee at heart, Cam is at home in the Pioneer Valley. He cannot resist stopping at farm stands, and enjoys spending time on Mount Toby, Mt. Tom, the Holyoke Range, and all the trails in between with his family.