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Michael’s focus on environmental conservation includes several years of field work, such as lead forester and park supervisor at DCR MassParks (Moore State Park, Paxton, Massachusetts), teacher naturalist at the Mass Audubon (Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary, Princeton, Massachusetts), and project leader at the Star Wildlife Sanctuary (Boylston, Massachusetts). His experience integrating policy-level decision making and practical field experience has proven essential in creating long-lasting stewardship of the environment. Michael has been accepted in the master’s of public policy program at UMass Amherst. He spends his free time exploring nature with his daughter.
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