Manomet’s President John Hagan was recently interviewed in the May 2018 edition of Cape & Plymouth Business. Read the article “Changing the world, one step at a time: Manomet has been pursuing economic conservation for 50 years” here.

John Hagan began his career at Manomet in 1986, when he joined the Landbird Program as a senior scientist. In 2008, he took the helm as Manomet’s third president in its 50-year history.

According to Hagan, the team has learned over the decades that nature is connected to nearly every thread in our environmental, economic, and social fabric.

“We started to see what we could accomplish by working with people who had different experiences and worldviews. Nature, and everything else, was better off. Today, we build relationships across many sectors,” he says. “Together with our broad network of partners – land managers, teachers, foresters, fishermen, farmers, community leaders, business owners, institutional investors, and the leaders of tomorrow – we’re growing widespread involvement in transforming how people manage the critical systems that support life on earth.”