Ms. Turner Dalby is Vice President of Ecological Services for The Forestland Group. Her management responsibilities include oversight of the FSC certification program, and TFG’s efforts to generate increased revenues from a diversity of ecological services including sales of carbon credits and working forest conservation easements, leasing of wind-energy rights and monetization on non-timber attributes associated with forestland ownership. In addition, Ms. Turner Dalby is involved in the development and implementation of forest management plans involving TFG’s operational staff and non-affiliated forestry management consultants. Prior to her current role, Ms. Turner Dalby served as Director of Forest Information Systems with management responsibility for the design and implementation of TFG’s Forest Information System. Previously, Ms. Turner Dalby served as a Forest Information Analyst and started her employment with TFG as an intern in July of 1998.
Prior to her employment with TFG in 1998, Ms. Turner Dalby consulted with a Boston-based TIMO where she identified and researched a diversity of parameters for agroforestry ventures with non-industrial private landowners in New Zealand. She has worked for a number of domestic and international conservation organizations on public and private land management issues.
Ms. Turner Dalby has a B.A. from Smith College and an M.S. from the University of Montana School of Forestry, and an M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler School of Business. She has professional affiliations with the Society of American Foresters and the Forest Stewards Guild.
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