Leadership

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Respectful relationships around the table are the key to breakthroughs. Here are some of mine, mostly with those I have worked for and with, and a few against.

  • Boone and Crockett Club
  • Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute
  • Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation
  • Defenders of Wildlife
  • Donner Foundation
  • Ducks Unlimited
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • National Conservation Leadership Institute
  • National Wildlife Federation
  • Natural Resource Results
  • NatureServe
  • Northwest Natural Resource Group
  • OCEARCH
  • Property and Environment Research Center
  • Pope and Young Club
  • Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
  • Safari Club International
  • Sand County Foundation
  • Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study
  • Taking Care of Texas
  • Texas A&M Research Foundation
  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Trout Unlimited
  • Trust for Public Land
  • U.S. Endowment for Forests and Communities
  • Wild Sheep Foundation

Expertise

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Intensive practice and advanced graduate degrees in subjects of:

  • Water and Wetlands
  • Land Management
  • Public Lands and Property Rights
  • Fish and Wildlife Management
  • Forestry
  • Sportsmen and Outdoor Recreation

Issues

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Familiar with dozens of continuing issues and the conservationists involved in them, on topics including:

  • Conservation funding
  • Hunting access
  • Farm Bill
  • Energy development
  • Clean Water Act guidance, regulations, and amendments
  • Endangered Species (listing, consultation and permits, delisting, gray wolves, grizzly bears, Columbia River salmon, and steelhead)
  • Wildlife disease
  • Land use
  • Private Land Incentives and Property Rights
  • Community Collaboration
  • Conservation Easements

Experience

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A career built on field research, work with landowners, agency field offices, and non-profit groups, and service in state and federal government.

  • White House policy advisor
  • U.S. Senate Subcommittee Staff Director
  • Idaho Governor's Office policy advisor
  • Intermountain Forest Association program manager
  • Property and Environment Research Center
  • Ocelot Recovery Program
  • Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study

Greg Schildwachter

Dr. Greg Schildwachter is a professional conservationist with long experience in the policy, science, and management of land, water, fish, and wildlife.

Based in Washington, DC, Greg has lived in, grown fond of, and is familiar with many communities and habitats across the country. Greg has a strong track record of producing agreements on policies that make sense for state, county, local, and private needs.

He holds a degree in Wildlife Biology from the Boone and Crockett Wildlife Conservation Program at the University of Montana as well as degrees from the University of Tennessee and the University of Georgia.

Using his knowledge of the people, policy, and science of environmental issues, Greg is an effective strategist and problem solver for businesses, charities, governments, and organizations.

Greg Schildwachter, PhD
(202) 657-4330
greg AT watershedresults DOT com