Titus and university honored for conservation efforts

Marketing and Communications staff
Dr. Jonathan Titus

Dr. Jonathan Titus

Dr. Jonathan Titus of the Department of Biology received the Volunteer of the Year Award at the Western New York Land Conservancy Gala on Sept. 22.

In addition, Vice President for Finance and Administration Michael Metzger accepted the The Henry J. Kreher Conservation Award on behalf of the university for the transfer of the College Lodge Forest to the Western New York Land Conservancy.

The Western New York Land Conservancy is an accredited regional not-for-profit 501 (c) 3 land trust that works with landowners, municipalities, and other organizations to help them conserve their most cherished natural areas and working farms. 

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