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Paul Hagen Joins the Conservation Fund Board of Directors

Beveridge & Diamond, P.C., May 30, 2011

Paul Hagen, a Principal in the Firm’s Washington, D.C. office, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Conservation Fund, one of the nation’s leading land conservation non-profits.  Collaborating with partners across the U.S., the Conservation Fund works to conserve land, train leaders and invest in communities.  Since its founding in 1985, the Conservation Fund has saved land in all 50 states—nearly 7 million acres of wild havens, working lands, and vibrant communities.

“We are delighted to see Paul join other national conservation leaders on the Board of the Conservation Fund and look forward to his furthering our firm’s longstanding collaboration with the Conservation Fund,” said Henry Diamond, who has served as an advisor to the Fund.

With a skilled team with real estate, finance, legal, investment and scientists, the Fund has pioneered a conservation approach that blends environmental and economic values, from protecting "working" forests and recreation destinations to helping communities grow thoughtfully.   The Fund consistently earns top rankings for efficiency by review groups such as Charity Navigator and the American Institute of Philanthropy.  More information on the Conservation Fund can be found at

About Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.

Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. is a national environmental, land use, and litigation law firm that was established in Washington, DC in 1974.  The firm has offices in key business markets throughout the country.

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