Brad Meiklejohn

Senior Field Representative, Alaska, Conservation Acquisition

Headshot of Brad Meiklejohn.

Brad opened The Conservation Fund’s Alaska Office in 1994. In collaboration with the Army Corps of Engineers, he started an in-lieu fee wetlands mitigation program, the first of its kind in Alaska. While the program is administered by the Corps, Brad has managed the investment of the in-lieu fee proceeds for over 300 projects across Alaska. These investments have protected over 300,000 acres of high-value wetlands valued at $30 million.

Contact:     Phone: 907-694-9060     Office: Alaska


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