VRC Welcomes Adam Roaldi as Newest Member

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

This summer, Vermont River Conservancy is happy to add Adam Roaldi to the VRC team as our new Stewardship Intern.  Adam came to the Vermont River Conservancy to better understand Vermont’s initiatives and policies to protect its beautiful lands and waterways.  Hoping to further the interest of environmental conservation in his future endeavors.  Adam will be starting his second year of law school this fall at Vermont Law School, with the intention of focusing on environmental and energy law, specifically sustainable and renewable energy while still protecting the environment.

Adam comes to us from Buffalo, NY, receiving his B.A. from the University at Buffalo.  Before moving to Vermont Adam worked for the New York State Attorney General, holding a position in the Consumer Fraud and Protection Bureau. However, his passion for the outdoors has drawn him to the Green Mountains so that he can now help to protect our environment.

Adam currently lives in South Royalton, Vermont and is an avid hiker, fisherman, skier, and musician.

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