Reggie Hall

Director, Land Conservation Loans; Conservation Acquisition Representative for Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island


Reggie HallReggie has been with the Fund since 2006. Since he completed his first conservation project while serving as an intern at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida in 2001, he has conserved hundreds of thousands of acres across the U.S and Canada so far in his career.  Prior to joining the Fund, he served as the Director of Land Protection at the Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy in Hendersonville, NC. Reggie is a frequent faculty member at local, regional and national conservation conferences. He serves on the Executive Committee of Virginia’s United Land Trusts and has received numerous awards for his work to protect America’s special places including a U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Region 5 Division of Realty Service Award, a U.S. Department of the Interior Partners In Conservation Award and a National Trust For Historic Preservation Award For Federal Partnerships in Historic Preservation.

Reggie grew up and was educated in New England attending Phillips Exeter Academy, Williams College and Vermont Law School where he received his JD and MSEL degrees.

Contact: rhall@conservationfund.org    Phone: 703-908-5825   Office: National Headquarters (VA)

Featured Projects

Big Sur Land Trust

Big Sur Land Trust

Created in 1978 to protect and nurture the lands of Monterey County, California, the Big Sur Land Trust inspires...
Atlanta BeltLine

Atlanta BeltLine

It’s the most comprehensive development effort ever undertaken in the City of Atlanta – transforming 22 miles of an...
Whidbey-Camano Land Trust

Whidbey-Camano Land Trust

Just nine staff members make up the Whidbey-Camano Land Trust. Their mission: protect the natural resources of the picturesque...

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Vermilion County Conservation District

Vermilion County Conservation District

Riding the rails doesn’t require a train anymore. With just a bicycle, or your own two feet, you can...
Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center

Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center

Successful conservation often takes a village, literally. In the small village of Mystic, Connecticut, Maggie Jones and her staff...
Town Of Apex, North Carolina

Town Of Apex, North Carolina

When the North Carolina town of Apex reached out to The Conservation Fund for a loan to purchase land...
Ducks Unlimited Canada

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Most of our work takes place in the United States, but wildlife knows no international boundaries. That’s why we’re...
Camp Francis Nature Preserve

Camp Francis Nature Preserve

Camp Francis in the western Connecticut towns of Kent and Warren has been a wilderness hideaway for more than...
Boston Public Market

Boston Public Market

With 28 outdoor seasonal farmers markets, Boston has a vibrant local food scene. And like the city itself, these...
Western New York Land Conservancy

Western New York Land Conservancy

Near the Lake Erie shore, the community of Eden boasts some of New York state’s most fertile soil. That’s...
Westcave Preserve, Texas

Westcave Preserve, Texas

Austin may be the Lone Star State’s most forward-thinking city, but just outside town—in the hill country—Westcave Preserve takes...
Snead Farm

Snead Farm

In 2011, we helped with a land preservation agreement that permanently protects the 290-acres of Emmett Snead III’s pick-your-own...
Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge

Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge

The Fund helps communities save their favorite outdoor places. This was the case in 2011 when a local land...
Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy

Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy

The Appalachian Mountains unfold between Tennessee and North Carolina in rugged land that beckons with bird calls, breathtaking views...
Saving A 300-Year-Old Colonial Settlement Site In Connecticut

Saving A 300-Year-Old Colonial Settlement Site In Connecticut

The town of Groton, Connecticut, has a long history dating to before its incorporation in 1705, and the 63-acre...
River Revitalization Foundation, Wisconsin

River Revitalization Foundation, Wisconsin

Three Wisconsin rivers—the Milwaukee, Menomonee, and Kinnickinnic—join in bustling downtown Milwaukee before flowing into Lake Michigan. These rivers define the...
Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Established in 1996, the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is the newest of four refuges that make...
Natural Heritage Land Trust, Wisconsin

Natural Heritage Land Trust, Wisconsin

Giant teardrops. Whale profiles. Sculpted mounds. People get creative when describing drumlins: steep, narrow hills that clump in large...
Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust

Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the former mill town of Orange, Massachusetts is a “food desert”—a community...
Leelanau State Park

Leelanau State Park

If you envision Michigan as the palm of your hand, some of the state’s most important conservation lands can...
Leech Lake Watershed Foundation, Minnesota

Leech Lake Watershed Foundation, Minnesota

Just a few hours north of the Twin Cities, the pristine forests and clean waters that empty into Minnesota’s...
John H. Chafee National Wildlife Refuge

John H. Chafee National Wildlife Refuge

Located on the shores of Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island, the John H. Chafee National Wildlife Refuge was established...
Jackson Hole Land Trust, Wyoming

Jackson Hole Land Trust, Wyoming

Wyoming’s Teton County is an outdoor paradise in the heart of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. It’s here, in the Snake River...
Indian River Land Trust, Florida

Indian River Land Trust, Florida

Florida’s picturesque Indian River Lagoon attracts a third of Florida’s endangered manatees, 350 species of birds, thousands of animal and...
Ice Age National Scenic Trail

Ice Age National Scenic Trail

Glaciers may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Wisconsin, but consider this:...
Hopewell Spruce Hill Earth Works

Hopewell Spruce Hill Earth Works

The most extraordinary achievements of the Hopewell people were the huge earthworks they built, including walls of stone and earth...
Historic Waterfront, Southampton

Historic Waterfront, Southampton

Over the past 25 years, the community of New Suffolk in Southampton, New York, has rallied to protect the...
Healing Nature in Los Angeles with TreePeople

Healing Nature in Los Angeles with TreePeople

Although Los Angeles is known for its concrete sprawl, TreePeople is at the forefront of a movement to re-imagine...
Gallatin Valley Land Trust, Montana

Gallatin Valley Land Trust, Montana

Popular for its trails, beaches, fishing access, dog park and climbing boulder, the 16-acre Bozeman Pond Park sits in...
Franklin Land Trust, Massachusetts

Franklin Land Trust, Massachusetts

Rich Hubbard’s phone rings often. As director of the Franklin Land Trust in western Massachusetts, Hubbard fields multiple calls...