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Story Clark is a consultant specializing in land conservation strategy and finance, advising conservation organizations and foundations in the Rocky Mountain Region and nationally. She has worked in land conservation and land use planning issues for 30 years as Senior Director of the Jackson Hole Land Trust, founding executive director of the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance, and as a planner for Teton County. Her consulting clients have included the Green River Land Trust, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. She is a recipient of the National Park Foundation's Citizen Leadership medal for continued leadership in the preservation and protection of America's scenic and historic heritage. Ms. Clark serves on boards of directors that include: the American Conservation Association, and Conservation International, and on the advisory board of the Wyoming Stock Growers Agricultural Land Trust. She is a frequent instructor on conservation finance. Her book, A Field Guide To Conservation Finance, published by Island Press, will be released in February 2007. Ms. Clark lives with her husband, Bill Resor, and two daughters on their family ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.