Logan Yonavjak has been an independent consultant since 2012. She has worked with HIP Investor, Inc. applying their triple bottom line scorecard methodology, as well as the Conservation Private Capital Group, a team of conservation finance experts working to launch a new domestic fund for land conservation. Yonavjak is a freelance writer for, Ashoka Changemakers, and Forbes. She is also a 2015 Master of Forestry candidate at Yale.

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You could argue that a more comprehensive, albeit wonky, word for farmer is “nutrient steward.” Think about it. Farmers till the soil, manage the flow of water, and do much more to grow the food and fiber products that our society needs to stay fed and clothed. Unfortunately, most farmers are only compensated for their […]

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For almost a century, New York City has drawn its drinking water from the Catskill Mountains, more than 100 miles to the north. In April of 2007, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the results of a several-year review of the city’s ongoing program to maintain clean drinking water supplies with forest and open space […]

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