The Flathead Land Trust welcomes Paul Travis as its new executive director starting July 1.
Travis brings over 14 years of nonprofit conservation and leadership experience to the position and holds a strong commitment to preserving the natural heritage, open space and “way of life” in the Flathead for generations to come, according to the trust.
Travis has committed much of his professional career to nonprofit conservation work. His experience includes director of major gifts for the Montana Environmental Information Center, both program director and executive director for the Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation, working for chapter services with the National Audubon Society, and most recently serving as the director of development for the Glacier National Park Conservancy.
Travis and his wife, Samantha Travis live in Columbia Falls with their two children. Flathead Land Trust is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to the conservation of Northwest Montana’s land and water legacy through voluntary agreements with private landowners. For more information on Flathead Land Trust, visit their website or call their office in Kalispell at (406) 752-8293.
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