Loring Bullard

Loring graduated from the University of Central Missouri with a B.S in biology/chemistry, and from
Missouri State University, Springfield, MO with a Master of Natural and Applied Scienc e. He is the
Watershed Planning/Grant Assistant, for the James River Basin Partnership. Prior to that, he was
Executive Director of Watershed Committee of the Ozarks, a non-profit organization established to
monitor and protect public drinking water for Springfield and Greene County MO. He has also served as
adjunct faculty at Drury University, Springfield MO and with the Ozarks Environmental and Water
Resources Institute, Missouri State University. Loring has a strong personal interest in protecting the
land, air and water quality for future generations. His goal on the ORLT board is to see more and larger
conservation easements in place as a long-term protective tool. Loring resides in Springfield, MO