Carrie Davis is the assistant director of land conservation at Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust. Carrie graduated from Hobart and William Smith Colleges with a bachelor’s degree in environmental science. Since that time, Carrie has devoted her career to various environmental conservation efforts. Following college, she worked for the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation’s Environmental Management Bureau in Albany, New York where she led a water quality monitoring program, sampling and testing lakes and ponds at over 60 state parks. Most recently, at the Watershed Agricultural Council, Carrie managed the Croton Watershed office, where she spent over 12 years working with agricultural landowners on developing and implementing pollution prevention plans for the protection of New York City’s drinking water supply.
Carrie has also served on three not-for-profit boards where she has worked on a variety of projects that support the conservation of working farmland and access to the local food supply and has also implemented wildlife habitat restoration and forest management projects. Carrie grew up in Western New York and now resides in Connecticut. In her spare time, she enjoys the outdoors and exploring the area’s parks and trails.