The Conservancy recently placed its first field operations staff person into service. Hired to serve as “eyes and ears” on the Conservancy’s preserves is Jeremy Lor, Field Services Assistant.
“Since its inception, the Conservancy has kept its staff count low,” noted John Roberts, the Conservancy’s Executive Director. “We’ve relied on our small staff plus outside contractors to conduct all field operations. Now, there is a great deal of activity that requires a greater field presence. We’ve hired Jeremy Lor to help us meet this demand.”
The Conservancy expects better coordination with field contractors, faster response times to urgent activities and advance notice for problem and expense avoidance as a result of this addition to the Conservancy’s staff.
“Jeremy is just the right person for the job. He is curious, hungry for knowledge and a keen observer,” noted Roberts. “He’ll have a real challenge trying to juggle all the various issues taking place on the Conservancy’s preserves. But we’re certain he’ll be instrumental in helping the Conservancy implement the Natomas Basin HCP in an effective, cost-efficient manner.”
Jeremy Lor is a graduate of Rio Linda High School and presently lives in Sacramento. He is a part-time student at American River College.