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Mark draws on training as an anthropologist and a landscape architect to pursue his passion—helping landowners and communities find the common ground necessary to protect the places we all love. He has been actively involved in land conservation in the Valley for more than a decade—formerly serving as a staff member of The Trustees of Reservations and its Highland Communities Initiative (HCI) program, and as a board member of the Nonotuck Land Fund. He first joined Kestrel as a stewardship volunteer in 2012 and still keeps tabs on several conservation properties around his neighborhood in Florence, MA.

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