Reggie Hall

Director, 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: 703-717-3537   Office: New Hampshire 

Projects

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...
Farm Creek Preserve, Norwalk Land Trust

Farm Creek Preserve, Norwalk Land Trust

The mud flats and salt marshes of Long Island Sound’s tidal estuaries are havens for oysters, osprey, herons, egrets...
Connecticut River Valley

Connecticut River Valley

With some of the best farmland anywhere and historic properties throughout the region, the Connecticut River Valley is a...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Virginia

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Virginia

The Conservation Fund has helped protect a dozen Civil War battlefields across the state of Virginia. Beaver Dam Creek We protected 236 acres...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Tennessee

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Tennessee

Franklin In partnership with the Franklin and Williamson County Heritage Foundation, the Fund protected nearly 60 acres on Roper’s Knob,...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: North Carolina

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: North Carolina

Averasboro We were able to help protect more than 80 acres of what was the Confederate line at the Battle of Averasboro,...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Missouri

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Missouri

Pilot Knob Missouri’s vital role in the Civil War peaked in the late summer of 1864. Each side needed decisive...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Mississippi

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Mississippi

The Conservation Fund’s work to protect Civil War battlefield sites in Mississippi highlights its dedication to preserving the state’s...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Maryland

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Maryland

At the Fund, we believe America’s history is found in our landscapes.  By conserving significant landscapes, we can ensure our nation’s...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Kentucky

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Kentucky

The Fund was part of a partnership that worked to protect key lands at the center of the Perryville Battlefield...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Georgia

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Georgia

Rocky Face Ridge is the site of the start of the Union Army’s Atlanta Campaign. U.S. Major General Sherman,...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Focus on Antietam

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Focus on Antietam

Known as the bloodiest single-day battle in the Civil War, the battle of Antietam took place on September 17,...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Arkansas

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Arkansas

Recognized nationally as one of America's most intact Civil War battlefields, Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park conserves the site where...
Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Alabama

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Alabama

Day’s Gap Battlefield, site of a critical Civil War battle in Morgan and Cullman counties, Alabama, remains much as...
Cheat Canyon

Cheat Canyon

On a perfect September day, West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin stood high over Cheat Canyon and welcomed the...
Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Situated at 3,200 feet above sea level, Canaan Valley is the highest valley of its size east of the...
Camden Farm

Camden Farm

For the past 300 years, seven generations of the Pratt family have lived at Camden Farm on the banks...
Brandywine Conservancy, Pennsylvania

Brandywine Conservancy, Pennsylvania

David Shields of the Brandywine Conservancy often thinks about the fateful day in September 1777 when General George Washington’s...
Blair

Blair's Wharf

Completing The James River National Wildlife Refuge For more than 25 years, the Fund has worked with partners to fulfill their conservation...
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

The Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge covers roughly 9,000 acres of barrier island beaches and dunes, shrub-scrub, woodlands, farmlands...
An Emerald Necklace for Los Angeles

An Emerald Necklace for Los Angeles

As one of the nation's largest metropolitan areas, the Los Angeles region should be a recognized leader in park...
Denny Cove, Tennessee

Denny Cove, Tennessee

Located just 30 minutes northwest of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Denny Cove is a recreational landmark that is part of the...