Todd McNew

Florida Representative, Conservation Acquisition


Todd McNewTodd led the Fund's Pennsylvania program for Conservation Acquisitions for more than 12 years.  During his tenure, nearly 40 land conservation purchases totaling approximately 55,000 acres were completed, with a fair-market-value of more than $130,000,000.  Todd also served as the Fund's lead on several Mitigation Solutions projects.   Todd recently relocated to Cocoa Beach, Florida, where he continues to work for the Fund.  Todd earned his B.S. in Natural Sciences at Lyndon State College, in Lyndonville, Vermont.  He also earned his M.S. in Agricultural & Applied Economics from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. 

Contact: tmcnew@conservationfund.org.   Phone: 717.230.8166

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