Renee Boronka is Associate Director of the Natural Areas Division at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History where she oversees management of a system of nature preserves totaling over 10,000 acres. The Museums nature preserves span across NE Ohio from Kelleys Island to the Pennsylvania border. Renee and her team strive to keep the preserves biologically diverse through invasive plant control and restoration efforts. She also coordinates conservation - related events and assists with annual fundraising and grant writing. Renee earned a Natural Resource Management BS at The Ohio State University.
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