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Todd Bobowick

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Todd Bobowick

State Forester and State Biologist

Todd Bobowick is the NRCS State Forester and State Biologist in Connecticut, having statewide responsibilities and serving as the primary technical expert for NRCS in forestry and wildlife resources. Todd holds a BS degree in Environmental Science and Biology from St. Lawrence University and has been a part of NRCS in Connecticut since 1997.  His contributions include the development of NRCS Conservation Practice Implementation Requirements, Wildlife Habitat Evaluation Guides, review and implementation of Forest Management Plans, and Habitat Suitability Indexes within the state. His expertise also extends nationally, where he has significantly contributed to the formulation of various NRCS manuals, technical notes, and conservation practice standards addressing diverse ecosystems including forestry, wildlife, fisheries, and aquatic habitats.

In his capacity, Todd focuses on providing technical guidance to private landowners and NRCS planning staff regarding the implementation of NRCS Farm Bill programs. He navigates the complexities inherent in natural systems to ensure effective program implementation and environmental stewardship.