Marcus Gray on Conservation & Development Council
Marcus Gray, a 2006 Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science alum, recently was named Associate Director of the North Jersey Resource Conservation & Development Council. – See more at: https://unity.edu/alumni/marcus-gray-conservation-development-council#sthash.vMbjfbvZ.dpuf
The council was initiated in 1962 to help people care for and protect their natural resources to improve the local economy, environment and living standards. There are 277 authorized RC&D areas – two in New Jersey — in the United States, the Caribbean, and the Pacific Basin. The North Jersey RC&D works in four areas: land conservation, community development, water management, and environmental enhancement.
Previously, Gray was executive director of the New River-Highlands Resource Conservation & Development Council in Wytheville, Va., and Coordinator of Science-Based Conservation Programs & Research for Safari Club International Foundation in the Washington D.C. area. He holds a Master of Science in Wildlife Science from South Dakota State University.