Our projects are as diverse as our talents. Our Board of Directors, Advisors, and Staff have experience as educators, administrators, fundraisers, financial advisors, counselors, project managers, and are, of course, avid outdoor enthusiasts.
Jon Green, Program & Outreach Director
Jon has worked as the Program & Outreach Director for BCLT since October 2011. His role includes grant writing and fundraising, community outreach and volunteer coordination, as well as land management for BCLT conservation lands in the Greater Alpine area. In addition to managing the trail system and trailhead information signs at Wright’s Field MSCP Preserve, Jon also manages all of the habitat restoration, wildlife enhancements, defensible space and fuel reduction, and fencing/access control for BCLT personnel and emergency responders. Jon’s role as the land manager at Wright’s Field is forward-facing and includes maintaining working relationships with various community groups, government agencies, grant funders, trail users and neighbors of the preserve. Planning for the future of our conservation lands and “looking around the corner” to anticipate future management challenges is an important aspect of Jon’s work as well. In addition to serving as the land manager and community liaison for Wright’s Field, Jon also leads environmental education field trips, guided hikes, and summer camp events for local students and community members. He is the lead project manager for BCLT’s Watershed Stewardship program, helping property owners throughout Alpine manage and protect their waterways through trash cleanups, invasive species removal and habitat restoration.
Heather Davis, Land Manager
Heather serves as BCLT’s land manager for the Mt. Empire properties, including ~3,500 acres in Potrero and Campo. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies from SDSU (2001) and her Master’s degree in Geography with Natural Resource Management emphasis from SDSU (2008). Heather has substantial training and experience in implementing land management plans and programs for wildlife preserves and conservation lands. She is also an adjunct professor at Mesa College and enjoys sharing her passion for environmental sustainability with her students. Heather is the mother of two
children and spends as much time outdoors with them as possible.