Trustee, Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy
Born in Virginia in 1964, Leutze now lives in the Southern Appalachian mountains of North Carolina. Trained as an attorney, he has become a leading voice for state and federal conservation funding for investment in public lands. He is a Trustee for Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy, one of the nation’s most established land trusts.
This event was proposed by Lucinda Bond ’21 and is sponsored by the Center for the Sustainable Environment; Business, Organizations & Society department; Earth & Environment department;Bonchek College House; and New College House.
Common Hour enables the entire Franklin & Marshall College community to gather for culturally and academically enriching events at midday each Thursday during the academic year. This opportunity to engage in a campus-wide dialogue originates with Common Hour and then extends beyond the confines of 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. into classrooms, house commons, dining halls and beyond.