Joyce resigns, with Krain elevated for Black Swamp Conservancy leadership PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 09 April 2013 08:51
PERRYSBURG - The Black Swamp Conservancy board of trustees has announced the resignation of executive director, Kevin Joyce, effective immediately, to pursue other career opportunities.
"Kevin has played a critical role in the conservancy's success over the past seven years," said Tom Reed, Black Swamp Conservancy board president.
The Conservancy also announced that Rob Krain, conservation director, is being promoted to Executive Director, and will lead the day-to-day operations of the organization. "We are very excited that Rob has accepted his new role," noted Reed, "We know his leadership will bring a seamless continuation of progress and growth to Black Swamp Conservancy."
Krain has been with the conservancy since 2007.
Black Swamp Conservancy, a non-profit land conservation organization, covers a 16-county service area in northwest Ohio, and is the only regional organization dedicated to protecting farmland and natural areas through land conservation agreements.
Founded in 1993, the conservancy currently protects 12,875 acres of land from development in perpetuity.
 

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