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Thank you and Farewell, Meghan!

With a very heavy heart, I say I will be moving on to a new opportunity. I want everyone to know how much I will miss my daily interactions with them, my amazing co-workers, board members, volunteers, and of course, our donors. I have developed such a deep bond with all of you over the past five years—pulling weeds, doing clean-ups, moving offices, and saving thousands of acres in our watershed every day was a worthwhile adventure.

That being said, I am not moving away, just moving on. I feel like my work at the Conservancy will never end! I will continue to help out when I can, and, of course, I will always be out there advocating for the cause! I hope our paths cross again at events or out on the trail. THANK YOU for being a part of our work, for your support, and for making my time spent at the Conservancy so wonderful and memorable.

I feel so blessed and grateful to have spent this time doing such meaningful work with such amazing humans!

• Meghan Williams, Development Associate

Meghan in the 2018 Egg Tossing Championships at a summer picnic.

Always so eager to help any way she can with great alacrity, Meghan was the Conservancy’s resident joy-bringer.  Any time she was in the office, you knew the day would be a little more fun for everyone there.  I’ll miss her and her lighthearted spirit.

• Simon Breen, Education Director

A women in orange safety gear uses a chainsaw to cut through a stump in the woods.

Meghan taking chainsaw training.

Meghan has worked tirelessly on behalf of the Conservancy. Whenever something needed to be done, Meghan was always one of the first people to volunteer. We will miss her positive energy and wish her the best of luck in her new endeavors.

• Ann Van Leer, Executive Director

Meghan and Donna pose with trash pulled out of a local land preserve.

Meghan was the first person I met at the Conservancy. She interviewed me in a small conference room (with Nathan Serrato) for a part-time role with the Conservancy. I was nervous. I had been trying to break into non-profit environmental work for some time but without much luck. Meghan immediately made me comfortable. She has a way with people that creates genuine and sincere interactions. It is a notable talent for someone who works in fundraising and development!

Throughout the time I’ve spent at the Conservancy, Meghan was the person I would call when I needed to know a bit of history or who was always there to guide me as I tried to find my way. I appreciate her as a colleague and as a friend.

• Ryan Woldt, Former Marketing & Communications Associate

Meghan and Nathan having some fun in the office.