Land steward


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a person who acts for another in the management of land, collection of rents, etc.

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Teaming with a respected land steward will ensure that the environmental cleanup and the ultimate transfer of the property is completed in an appropriate and timely manner .
Duchy Land Steward David Curtis, who is responsible for the Duchy estate of more than 38,000 acres across England and Wales, said the purchase was the fruit of a five-year search.
Technical questions are to be directed in writing (mailed, emailed or faxed) to Beth Bergh, Monroe County Land Steward, 2798 Overseas Highway, Suite 410, Marathon, FL 33050, or email: Bergh-Beth@monroecounty-fl.
It is important to all of us that the conservation, hunting and land steward community is galvanized in response to the finding of CWD in Medina County," Jenny Sanders, executive director of Texans for Saving Our Hunting Heritage, said.
The merry surname arrived in Ireland when William Muir Christmas left Middlesex for Ardee, Co Louth, where he worked as a land steward for Lewis Upton Esq of Glyde Farm.
Matt Benotsch is a land steward for The Nature Conservancy of Oregon and has been playing disc golf since 1991.
The property was transferred from private to public ownership in 2002, and California State Parks is the official land steward.
He said: "I started work at the council taking articles under the land steward and surveyors' department.
Noskiye was recruited by the Bigstone Conservation Office to serve as a land steward officer for her northwestern Alberta band, Bigstone Cree, and in that position was enrolled in the Land Stewardship program in 2007.
Since 1993, Robert Eidus has been president of the North Carolina Ginseng & Goldenseal Company and the land steward for Eagle Feather Organic Farm.
Simon joined the conservancy's Arkansas staff in 1996 as land steward, then became director of stewardship and has served as director of conservation for the past four years.