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Larry Clemens

Assistant State Director for Conservation

Before joining The Nature Conservancy in 1992, Larry worked with Elkhart County’s health department as their Ground Water Coordinator and with the Indiana DNR as their Soil Conservation and and Lake Enhancement Project Coordinator.

His earlier years with The Conservancy kept him near his roots with work as the Upper St. Joseph River Director and the U.S. Central Region Agricultural Leader, where he helped conserve watersheds from sedimentation as well as nutrient and sedimentation runoff.

As the current Assisant State Director for Conservation Programs in Indiana, Larry is responsible for the strategic planning and management of the conservation programs of The Nature Conservancy’s Indiana Chapter, covering 37 professional staff in four areas: science, stewardship, land protection and eco-regional conservation programs.

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Larry Clemens

Assistant State Director for Conservation

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