Director of Land and Water Protection, Colorado
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Land protection, Conservation easements, Conservation issues
Nancy Fishbein is the Director of Resilient and Connected Lands for the Colorado Program of The Nature Conservancy. Nancy’s team is responsible for protecting and stewarding critical lands across the state, as well as ensuring the Chapter’s alignment with the land protection goals of TNC’s Shared Conservation Agenda, including building a network of resilient and connected landscapes. Nancy has served on the Colorado Conservation Easement Oversight Commission and on the board of the Colorado Coalition of Land Trusts. Prior to joining The Nature Conservancy in 1991, Nancy worked at the Adirondack Park Agency in upstate New York, where she also owned and operated an outdoor guiding business. Her first job in Colorado was as an environmental educator at the Keystone Science School. Nancy holds an MS in Natural Resource Policy from the University of Michigan’s School of Natural Resources and a BA in Environmental Studies from Middlebury College.