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Kristin DeBoer

Kristin has been working in the environmental field for 25 years on a variety of issues from recycling and toxics-use reduction to endangered-species recovery and wilderness restoration. She has served as the Executive Director of Kestrel since 2006 and has overseen the organization’s growth from a volunteer-led group to a professionally staffed regional land trust. During this time, Kestrel has tripled its rate of land conserved annually and led a four-year project to complete the largest Conservation Restriction on private land in Massachusetts conserving 3,486 acres on Brushy Mountain. Kristin has a BA in economics and environmental science from Bucknell University and an MS in Environmental Studies from Antioch University. She lives with her two children and husband in Pelham.

During our office closure, you can reach Kristin on her cell phone at (413) 695-3468 or by email at


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