Spencer Busler Appointed Director of Land Conservation

  • Spencer Busler

TILT is pleased to announce the appointment of Spencer Busler as the Director of Land Conservation. Spencer joins our team with a fondness for and familiarity with the Thousand Islands region.
As Director of Land Conservation, Spencer is responsible for implementing TILT’s land protection policies and goals. He participates in all the land and conservation easement acquisitions for the organization, following Land Trust Alliance Standards and Practices.

Spencer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources Management (magna cum laude) from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Water and Wetland Resource Studies from the same institution. He is an avid angler, a lifelong conservationist and an all-around outdoor enthusiast with a diverse educational background ranging from forestry and soils to watershed hydrology and wetland ecology.

Having worked along the St. Lawrence with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Lafave, White & McGivern, L.S., P.C., Spencer sees himself as a mediator between biologists and engineers. He grew up in Theresa and spent the vast majority of his childhood summers on the numerous water bodies of the Indian River Lakes chain where he developed his deep appreciation for our natural surroundings.
Spencer looks forward to contributing to the continued protection of the diverse natural resources of the Thousand Islands ecosystem.

(Spring 2016 Reflections Newsletter)

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