Jerry Greenberg is Senior Vice President for Conservation for the American Forest Foundation, where he leads the organization’s efforts to help family forest owners manage their lands to protect water, wildlife habitat, and other ecological values. Greenberg earned his forestry degree from Duke University and worked early in his career for the US Forest Service in New Mexico and for Rayonier in Georgia. Greenberg was also a radio reporter in California, covering the environment and politics for AP radio and National Public Radio. Prior to joining the American Forest Foundation, he worked for 16 years for The Wilderness Society, where he directed wilderness and other land protection campaigns in the organization’s 14 field offices. He also served as Vice President of Communications for the organization. Greenberg lives in Madison, Wisconsin with his wife, Diana, and son, Alex.
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