Introducing Charlie Mize as First Hunter Parks Forest Conservation Fellow
Today, ACR is delighted to announce Charlie Mize as the first Hunter Parks Forest Conservation Fellow. Charlie holds a Master of Science degree in Forestry from the Duke Nicholas School of the Environment and most recently has worked as a wildlife forester, performing habitat restoration in the Southeast United States. Charlie has also worked as a stewardship associate to establish forest conservation easements on thousands of acres of working forests in the Pacific Northwest, demonstrating his commitment to forest conservation.
The Hunter Parks Fellowship at ACR was established jointly with Green Assets, which Hunter founded. The purpose of the two-year Fellowship is to provide professional carbon market experience to early career scientists while also honoring a dear friend and colleague.
Welcome to the team, Charlie!