Bill Crouch

Maryland State Director, Conservation Acquisition


Bill CrouchBill sources, manages and oversees all conservation real estate activities occurring in Maryland working to establish positive and productive relations with partners and landowners throughout the state.

Bill, who recently added real estate responsibilities in Virginia, brings extensive transactional experience to the world of land conservation. For eight years prior to joining The Conservation Fund, Bill served as acquisitions officer for Phillips Edison & Company, one of the country’s largest shopping center owners. Bill’s ability to combine relationship skills with transactional expertise has helped position The Conservation Fund as the preferred conservation real estate partner in Maryland.

Bill has a B.B.A. in Finance from James Madison University and a J.D. from the University of Baltimore. Bill is a member of the in good standing on the Maryland State Bar.

Contact: bcrouch@conservationfund.org. 443-482-2826 (o) 410-274-8421 (m)

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