The ODLC Team
Henry Stribling has served as Executive Director of Old Dominion Land Conservancy since 2008. As Executive Director, Henry leads conservation easement acquisition and management efforts. Henry also works closely with public and private partners to enhance local efforts to protect lands for public use. Growing up in a family of hunters and campers and rooted in family, his love the of the outdoors continues to propel his work in the preservation of Virginia’s array of landscapes. In addition, he’s been a psychotherapist in a private practice in Purcellville, VA for the past 23 years. When there is spare time, Henry enjoys hunting, hiking, and golf.
As a Conservation Associate, Geoffrey assists with community outreach, property assessments, and easement management and monitoring. He is a graduate of William and Mary with a strong background in biology, environmental science, entomology, and finance. Geoffrey and his family are long-time residents of the Commonwealth, having farmed its lands since the 1700s. He believes in conservation as a pathway to preserving important wetlands and waterways as well as protecting threatened and endangered species. In his spare time, he helps manage his family farm and enjoys hiking local trails, gardening, and birdwatching.
Old Dominion Land Conservancy works with landowners and other stakeholders to protect in perpetuity Virginia’s land and waterways as well as to assist environmental stewards through scholarships and educational opportunities.