Rick Brackett ‘09

Rick Brackett ‘09 (New England, MS) was featured in a profile story for The Keene Sentinel. The article titled, “For Brackett, environmental stewardship began at home,” highlights his 14 years with the Monadnock Conservancy in Keene, his career shift to becoming a natural resource specialist and ranger with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and how his upbringing influenced his education and eventual career in working in the environment. In his new role, he will be involved in environmental stewardship, recreation and flood risk management. His responsibilities include computer mapping and improving trails and habitat—some of the same skills he practiced with the Monadnock Conservancy, which has permanently conserved 23,000 acres of land throughout southwestern New Hampshire since the organization’s inception in 1989.

You can read the complete article on Rick Brackett here.