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Joe Hankins

Joe Hankins Vice President, West virginia state director Joe joined The Conservation Fund in 1992 to develop aquaculture, sustainable rural economic development and technology outreach in Appalachia. Today he provides leadership for our land...


West Virginia Elk Habitat

In the heart of West Virginia's southern coal fields, there is a long history of environmental conservation and economic development being at odds. The coal that came from Logan County fueled the country during the Second World War, but as the coal...


The Conservation Fund Acquires 32,000 Acres Of Habitat For Elk Restoration In West Virginia

Partnership With State Will Use Conservation, Forestry and Wildlife Management To Help Diversify Economic Opportunities In Southern West Virginia CHARLESTON, W.V. —Today, The Conservation Fund announced its purchase of 32,396 acres of working...

Food and Farms

Fish 2.0 Finals Spotlight Surging Innovation in Seafood

Monica Jain is the founder and executive director of Fish 2.0 and Manta Consulting Inc. She has worked for over 20 years in the private sector and philanthropy, and specializes in creating innovative financing strategies and structures for impact...


Seafood Solutions Of The Future: Growing By Sea And By Land

International Symposium Offers Insights into Rapidly Evolving Aquaculture Technology and the Growth of Clean, Land-Based Systems SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.V. – Less than three years ago, the seafood industry questioned whether Atlantic salmon – one of the most...


Seafood's "40 under 40": John Davidson

John Davidson is a senior research associate at the Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute. Since 1998, John has conducted research that contributes to the development of land-based recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS), a technology that makes...


The Conservation Fund Partners With Wegmans Food Markets To Promote Local, Sustainable Salmon

The Freshwater Institute’s local Spring Hill Salmon will be in select Wegmans locations in the Washington, D.C. metro area for a limited time this March and April ARLINGTON, Va.—The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute, one of the nation’s leading...


West Virginia Community Receives Action Plan Funding

A recent USDA award to The Conservation Fund will help strengthen social, cultural and environmental assets in the City of Madison and Boone County, West Virginia.


18,000 Acres Purchased in West Virginia to Enhance Recreation

Partnership with State of West Virginia will increase availability and improve access to public lands, protect critical cabitat and expand eutdoor economic opportunities


Freshwater Institute Recognized by Fast Company

The Conservation Fund's Freshwater Institute was named a finalist for Fast Company's 2018 World Changing Ideas Awards.


West Virginia’s Elk Have More Room To Roam In Perpetuity

Eighty years ago President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed into law the “Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act of 1937.” In the last eight decades, more than $122 million – a legacy worth more than $217 million in today’s dollars – from the U.S. Fish...

Food and Farms

Providing Healthy, Local, and Sustainable Seafood Through Aquaculture Technology

Atlantic salmon growing on land in rural Wisconsin?!? Yes, really! Through her work with The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute, Kata helps create the technology that provides a sustainable, local way to farm healthy fish that’s good for people,...

In the News

Finding Common Ground Between West Virginia and the Arctic

Joe Hankins, Medium, 20 October 2016 – I work in West Virginia. That may seem an incongruous qualification for authoring a blog in a series uncovering and celebrating national connections to the Arctic. Some would point to the undeniable role of West...

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