Eve Boyce

Eve Boyce
Special Projects Coordinator at Open Space Institute
School of Forestry & Envirnmental Studies, Master of Environmental Management, 2018

Eve is a Special Projects Coordinator at the Open Space Institute, where she works closely with the Director and Chief Operating Officer on research, conservation strategy and acquisitions. She graduated with a Masters in Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies in 2018, where she wrote for the Conservation Finance Network and worked for Professor Bradford Gentry developing a professional seminar in strategies forprivate land conservation. Eve holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Bates College. 

Authored Articles
USDA-funded water project in Oklahoma

Conservation Partnerships with Water Utilities

This article by Eve Boyce and Marcy Lyman is part of the Conservation Finance Network Toolkit, a resource designed for professionals who want to learn or communicate about the industry. In an increasing number of communities across the country, utilities are working with conservation groups to ensure the ecosystem services provided by healthy watersheds are protected and maintained. This strategy doesn’t simply provide cost savings to water companies. It can also create a new source of funding and constituencies for land conservation.
Fall leaves on tree

Land Trusts Talk Carbon at Rally Conference

It’s no secret that land trusts nationwide are facing dwindling grant-funding sources for their land-acquisition work. They are being pushed to test new forms of financing. At Rally 2017: National Land Conservation Conference, which ran from Oct. 25-28 in Denver, three land trusts shared their experiences with one of these new tools – selling forest-carbon credits.