Erin Crouse

Field Representative, North Carolina, Conservation Acquisition

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Erin Crouse joined The Conservation Fund as the NC Community Development and Conservation Project Manager and NC Operations Manager in 2017 after earlier serving at the Fund as an AmeriCorps member. Erin manages real estate projects as part of the North Carolina Conservation Acquisitions team and helps lead the Fund’s Common Ground Collaborative work with Conservation Trust for NC to build a sustainable, holistic future for resiliency in North Carolina communities.

She has worked with the Town of Cary and local partners to establish and manage Good Hope Farm, a project to support beginning farmers and connect the Cary community to local food. Previously, Erin was a graduate assistant at the North Carolina Recreation and Park Association, where she developed a wellness initiative that assisted parks and recreation agencies with adopting healthy eating policies, and she has over a decade of experience working for and/or with local governments.

Hailing from rural Western North Carolina, Erin is a certified North Carolina Environmental Educator, an alumna of UNC-Chapel Hill and received a master’s degree in natural resources from NC State University.

Contact:    Phone: 919-967-5115     Office: North Carolina