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Board of Directors

Bill Corwin (President) – Whitefish

Bill has been a prCorwin, Billofessional in the field of environmental health and safety since 1978. Before moving to Montana, Bill was the Executive Vice President for Unitek, a commercial hazardous waste TSDF and consulting company in Honolulu. In 1993, Bill moved to Kalispell and started Corwin Environmental Consultants, Inc. His company provides assessment, regulatory compliance, risk reduction, and training services specializing in hazardous substances. Over the last two decades, Bill has been involved with several land transaction with FLT before coming to the board in 2016 and becoming the president in 2017. We are fortunate to have such a dynamic and thoughtful leader who loves everything the great outdoors of northwest Montana provides for us as our president.


jeff portrait (3)Jeff Jones (Treasurer) – Whitefish

Jeff is recently retired from the Flathead National Forest Service where he had been a wildlife biologist and then forest ecologist since 1998. Jeff lives in the Haskill Basin area just outside of Whitefish and enjoys time in the summer floating our local Wild and Scenic Rivers and winters skiing on Whitefish Mountain Resort.

 

 


 

Lindsey Hromadka

Lindsey Hromadka (Secretary) – Whitefish

Lindsey is an attorney at Conradi Anderson PLLC in Whitefish. Her practice is focused on land use, particularly recreation and land use disputes, as well as business and technology law. She hails from Houston, TX and received her BA from Texas State University. After traveling quite a bit, Lindsey fell in love with the West and landed in Missoula where she attended University of Montana School of Law. During law school, Lindsey spent a summer as a legal intern at FLT!

Lindsey and her husband live in Whitefish and thoroughly enjoy being outside, whether they’re backpacking, running, rafting, biking, skiing, etc.  She has a deep love for open space, is fascinated by conservation easements, and is a front and back country advocate. Lindsey feels incredibly fortunate to live in the Flathead Valley and is dedicated to doing whatever she can to preserve this land for future generations.


 

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Jon Jordan – Kalispell

Jon was born and raised in central Montana and moved to the Flathead after obtaining a BS degree from the University of Montana in environmental studies and specialization in GIS and cartography.  Jon works as a financial consultant for Edward Jones and brings his expertise and knowledge as a member of our finance committee.  Being outdoors appeals most to Jon and he shares that love of the outdoors with his wife, kids, family and friends.

 


 

Notley, MargaretMargaret Notley – Bigfork

Margaret was born in New Orleans, raised in Los Angeles, and moved to Montana 15 years ago, after spending more than a decade living rurally in the United Kingdom, a crowded nation which has nevertheless done well in preserving its open spaces and wildlife habitat.

Margaret has been an officer and board member of several Glacier Park partners, and is pleased (having witnessed the recent rapid growth in the Flathead Valley) to have the opportunity to expand her interest in conservation even more close to home, which is the East Shore of Flathead Lake.  Margaret is delighted to be able to contribute to the Flathead Land Trust’s efforts towards conserving our legacy of land and water.

 


Wiley, ShaunShaun Wiley – Whitefish

Shaun’s family hails from Eastern Montana going back four generations.  He is a graduate of the University of Washington and completed his Masters Degree from Columbia University in New York City.  Shaun has spent most of his career in finance and technology including most recently as Chief Financial Officer of a technology services company.

Shaun and his family spend their free time floating the many beautiful rivers in Montana during the summer, hiking in the spring and fall and skiing on Whitefish Mountain Resort all winter long.  Along with his wife Kirsten and two sons Ryan and Patrick, Shaun is an avid outdoorsman and supporter of the conservation of the Flathead Valley for generations to come.


 

RichRichard Kuhl and Marylane Pannellard Kuhl – Kalispell

Richard and his wife, Marylane Pannell, have lived in Kalispell for over 30 years. A retired high school math tutor, he spent 15 years working as a wilderness ranger and trail crew foreman in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Area. He has been an officer and board member of a variety of local conservation organizations and remains committed to the conservation of the Flathead’s land and water.

 


 

Gunderson, GregGreg Gunderson – Whitefish

Raised in Kalispell, Greg is a graduate of Flathead High School and received his business degree from Pepperdine University.  Greg is the founder and co-owner of Forestoration, Inc. a land management and restoration company, and the Center for Native Plants, the Flathead’s only retail native plant nursery.   One of his  most rewarding projects has been overseeing the development of the Whitefish Trail project from concept to the current network of 35 plus miles of trails and trailheads.

Greg’s community involvement includes several years as a member of the Whitefish City/County Planning Board and the Whitefish Lakeshore Protection Committee, and as a board member of Whitefish Lake Institute.  Greg and his family enjoy many outdoor activities including rafting the Flathead River system, climbing mountains in Glacier Park, skiing Big Mountain, and exploring canyon country in the desert Southwest.


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Rick Mace – Kalispell

Rick recently retired from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks as a wildlife biologist and grizzly bear manager. He’s had an almost 40 year career as one of the region’s top grizzly experts.  Rick received his BS and MS in Wildlife Biology from the Univ. of Montana, and began working on bears in 1976 under Dr. Charles Jonkel.  He went on to obtain a PhD in Conservation Biology from Univ. of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala Sweden.  In 1987, he initiated a 10 year study on grizzly bear populations and habitats in the South Fork of the Flathead River and later went on to be the principle investigator for the trans-boundary study of grizzly bear populations in the Crown of the Continent ecosystem.  He received the Wildlife Society’s Biologist of the Year award in 1990 and Distinguished Service Award in 2016.