Partnership brings wildlife expertise and dedication to the outdoor community
Covington, GA – In November, the Georgia Wildlife Federation (GWF) unanimously voted Charlie Todd of The Westervelt Company to the Board of Directors. As the Director for District 8, Todd represents Laurens, Johnson, Emanuel, Jenkins, Screven, Treutlen, Candler, Bulloch, Wheeler, Montgomery, Toombs, Tattnall, Evans, and Telfair Counties.
Todd is a certified Wildlife Biologist® and received his Bachelor of Wildlife Sciences and Master of Natural Resources from the University of Georgia. In his current role at Westervelt Forest Services, he manages hunting leases and supports silviculture operations for the Atlantic.
“This is a terrific opportunity for Charlie and our company, says Dave Donaldson, Vice President and General Manager of natural resources for The Westervelt Company. “We are excited to support this chance for one of our own to engage and lead in the conservation community.”
Specializing in both wildlife and forestry, Todd provides guidance for deer and turkey habitat management, invasive species control, and food plot management while maximizing outdoor recreational opportunities – skills and expertise that mesh perfectly with GWF’s long legacy of conservation and outdoor education initiatives.
“Charlie brings a wealth of knowledge and commitment to conservation,” says GWF President and CEO, Mike Worley. “He will be a strong leader and valuable player in keeping GWF’s mission moving forward.”
About Georgia Wildlife Federation
Georgia Wildlife Federation was founded as a sportsman’s organization in 1936 and is Georgia’s oldest conservation organization. Today, members include hunters, anglers, bird watchers, hikers, educators, and all Georgians who are interested in preserving our natural resources and outdoor heritage.
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