Emily Landry

Emily Landry poses in the forest on a bridge.
Easement Steward

As an Easement Steward, Emily is responsible for ensuring the conservation values of protected properties are being upheld according to the terms of the deed. To accomplish this, the stewards monitor properties in person and through the use of aerial imaging technology. She is also our VEMP (Volunteer Easement Monitoring Program) coordinator.

Emily grew up in Berlin, NH, where her passion for the outdoors began. She attended the University of New Hampshire and earned a B.S. in Wildlife and Conservation Biology. During college, she worked with moose, biotoxins, and as a summer loon biologist for the Loon Preservation Committee. After graduation, she completed an AmeriCorps term with Squam Lakes Conservation Society which introduced her to the world of land conservation. Emily has been with the Forest Society since 2019.