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Conservation By Design 2.0, Davin Schenk


MAR 12– The Nature Conservancy (TNC) Unveils a New Evolution to our Conservation Approach: Conservation By Design 2.0, Davin Schenk, JD, The Nature Conservancy, Program Manager, Ohio

From invasive species, climate change, unsustainable agriculture, energy expansion, and the expanding footprint of human settlements, now more than ever conservation is faced with major challenges. TNC, a worldwide non-profit organization founded in 1951, has recently revealed a significant development in our conservation approach that will help the organization develop strategies to address the major conservation challenges we face. The new strategy requires us to be bold and adapt our traditional ways of planning and implementing our work. This talk will explore the ne Conservation by Design 2.0 strategy and what TNC is doing in Ohio to help the organization address these challenges at a much broader regional and global scales.

Devin Schenk is the Mitigation Program Manager for The Nature Conservancy (TNC) where he is responsible for running the state-wide Stream and Wetland Mitigation Program. Devin has worked in the field of stream and wetland mitigation for over 17 years in California, Kentucky, and Ohio. Devin received his B.S form the University of Cincinnati, Masters in Environmental Science from Miami University, and Juris Doctorate from Northern Kentucky University.

Audubon Miami Valley meets the second Monday of September through May in the 2nd floor usually in the conference room of the Lebanon Citizens National Bank building at 30 West Park Place. These meetings are free and open to the public.

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