Ryan Hall

Director of Land Conservation


I worked hard and got lucky to be able to work at Wolf River Conservancy, doing what I love – land conservation. My forestry and city planning degrees seemingly crafted my brain to best approach land conservation. To fully utilize my education, I did my terminal project on prioritizing properties for land conservation for the Conservancy. We still rely on this plan (a few iterations later) to help justify land conservation projects.

Due to our small staff size, on the job experiences are very diverse. It takes many skilled employees to do the level of work that Wolf River Conservancy does, and I enjoy working with my coworkers every day. I am especially thankful to have worked under and learned so much from Bob Wenner, who is a passionate worker and a real estate and financial guru. I am equipped to meet the every day challenges to better engage and serve the public through conservation.

Bachelor of Science in Forestry from Mississippi State University.
Master of City and Regional Planning from Clemson University.