Conservation Easement Counsel
Reporting to the Director of Conservation and the Executive Director, the Conservation Easement Counsel plays a vital role in the implementation and advancement of Bluegrass Land Conservancy’s mission to protect land. The Conservation Easement Counsel will be responsible for cultivating relationships with potential conservation easement donors and representing, in conjunction with the Director of Conservation, Bluegrass Land Conservancy in the conservation easement transaction. The objective of the Conservation Easement Counsel is to secure new conservation easements for the organization by growing and assisting in the management of the organization’s portfolio of potential conservation easement donors and protected lands.
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Office Manager is responsible for the efficient functioning of Bluegrass Land Conservancy offices through a range of administrative, financial, and managerial tasks. The Office Manager serves as the main receptionist, manages day to day administrative tasks, manages databases, and assists with the execution of special projects and campaigns.
Why I Care
“I have called the Bluegrass my home since I was about four years old and have always been in love with the land and people. During my five years as office manager of the Conservancy family, I was inspired to purchase a homestead in rural Scott County. My husband, children and I love to walk our wildflower trails and creek bed looking for deer tracks, turkey feathers and crayfish in almost any kind of weather. I believe Bluegrass Land Conservancy helps protect this land for my kids so they can someday do the same with their children.”