Board Chairman, Partnership For Conservation

Since the organization’s founding in 2016, Frank Schuler has worked with P4C to bring together conservation stakeholders, lawmakers and regulatory agencies to help resolve issues with conservation easement donations.  Frank believes by solving these long-standing controversies around conservation easements and curbing abuses, more sources of private capital can be applied towards achieving good conservation outcomes and preserving more of America’s natural resources and the environment.

Prior to P4C, Frank spent 15 years as the president and chief operating officer of a real estate investment and development company, through which he helped to preserve thousands of acres of land and vital habitat for endangered species. He is currently on sabbatical from the firm, instead working to resolve issues with private conservation to ensure the highest possible standards and a healthier balance between the interests of the environment and business.

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