Remy Long

midwest program associate

Remy LongRemy comes to the Fund from Legacy Land Conservancy, an accredited regional land trust based in Washtenaw County, Michigan. Legacy Land Conservancy developed and is leading the Huron River Initiative, which was awarded a $1.8M grant from USDA/NRCS under the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) in 2017. The Huron River flows through Ann Arbor and is the cleanest urban river in Michigan, providing clean drinking water for half a million people. Remy’s responsibilities as Senior Land Protection Specialist for Legacy included managing all land protection transactions. His work has earned accolades from public and private partners throughout the Huron River watershed at the local and national level.

Remy has a Master of Science degree from the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment and a Bachelor of Arts from Western Michigan University with a double major in Environmental Studies and International Studies. His past professional experience includes serving as an agricultural extension agent in the Peace Corps in West Africa and conducting research on sustainable agricultural practices on a farm in North Carolina. Remy and his family reside in Manchester, Michigan. 

Contact:  Phone:  (734) 794-6210, ext. 42798  Office: Ann Arbor, Michigan