Gary Tabor will be providing the keynote address at KCP’s upcoming Fall Gathering & AGM on September 25. For more information on the event click here. 

Gary catalyzes forward progress in large landscape conservation, serving as Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Large Landscape Conservation. Drawing on over 30 years’ experience working on behalf of large scale conservation internationally as well as 12 years as a leader within the U.S. environmental philanthropic community, Gary guides CLLC with a vision grounded in both science and experience.

A conservation scientist and wildlife veterinarian, Gary’s conservation achievements cross the globe, including the establishment of Kibale National Park in Uganda and pioneering the field of Conservation Medicine and Eco-Health. In the West, he co-designed the Western Governors’ Association Wildlife Corridors Initiative, and co-founded the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative, the Roundtable of the Crown of the Continent, and the Practitioners’ Network for Large Landscape Conservation.

Gary has served as Program Officer of the Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge Foundation, Associate Director of the Henry P. Kendall Foundation, and Yellowstone to Yukon Program Director for the Wilburforce Foundation. Sitting on multiple conservation boards, Gary is a Henry Luce Scholar and a 2013-2014 recipient of an Australian American Fulbright Scholar award in Climate Change and Clean Energy.

Click here for more information on the Center for Large Landscape Conservation.