Man by river

Greg Sachs

AmeriCorps Habitat Enhancement Crew Member


Favorite local wildlife: Steller’s Jay
Favorite native plant: Broadleaf Lupine
Favorite native tree: Pacific Madrone
Favorite local food: Kow Soi from Khu Larb
Favorite local place: Fort Warden State Park
Favorite activity: Hiking

Prior to serving as an AmeriCorps member on the Land Trust’s habitat enhancement crew, Greg has spent years dedicating his time to conservation. Originally from Delaware, Greg also lived in Pennsylvania and served as the Chairman of his Township’s Parks, Recreation and Open Space Board; worked for the Forest of Hope Organization in Rwanda’s Gishwati-Mukura National Park documenting the parks wild chimpanzee population and helping to habituate them to human presence; and worked as a tour guide at a butterfly conservatory in Costa Rica. He’s also served as Vice President of the Delaware Audubon Society, worked on natural land management with Mt. Cuba Center in Delaware, and volunteered for numerous conservation organizations including the Natural Lands Trust in Pennsylvania. Greg has received a Pennsylvania Master Naturalist certification and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Commercial Photography.