Foothill Conservancy New Executive Director

Foothill Conservancy New Executive Director 

The Foothill Conservancy recently announced that Amanda Nelson has joined the organization as its new Executive Director.  Nelson comes to the organization after a 25-year career leading and consulting with nonprofit organizations throughout the country.   After talking with Conservancy members, Nelson says she is reminded that the organization is really a community, dedicated to keeping this scenic land and water clean and sustainable, for generations to come.   Conservancy President Katherine Evatt says Nelson’s tremendous leadership skills and experience will help the organization grow, thrive, and address new challenges.   The Foothill Conservancy’s mission is to protect, restore and sustain the natural and human environment in Amador and Calaveras counties for the benefit of current and future generations and is the leading organization statewide for conservation and restoration of the upper Mokelumne River.   For more information, contact Amanda Nelson at the Foothill Conservancy office at 223-3508

 

 

 

 

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