Director of Capital Assets & Planning with Mass Audubon
Stu Weinreb has applied his landscape architecture skills to protect, enhance and manage natural and cultural resources for public benefit and enjoyment for over 30 years. His career in public work began at the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Management, with the restoration of Walden Pond’s banks and trails. He went on to plan and manage the restoration of significant sites across the state park system, including Mt. Greylock, and Pilgrim Memorial State Park, the site of Plymouth Rock. Currently, as the Director of Capital Assets and Planning for the Massachusetts Audubon Society, an educational nonprofit organization, Weinreb oversees planning, design, and construction of major improvement projects for the 61 wildlife sanctuaries Mass Audubon owns and operates for the purposes of education and environmental conservation. Weinreb is a longstanding member of the Walden Pond Board of Directors, a citizen’s advisory committee that advises the Department of Conservation and Recreation on park planning and management. In 2013, Weinreb received the ASLA’s LaGasse Medal for contributions to the management and conservation of natural resources and public landscapes.