Kenneth Fung joined The Land Conservancy of New Jersey as GIS Manager in 2007 and is responsible for our Aresty Mapping Center.  Ken brings his extensive experience in mapping and geographic-related analysis to all of our open space, greenway, and farmland plans.

Prior to joining our Land Preservation Team, Ken spent more than three years with the Health Department of Hunterdon County, providing valuable geographic information on a regular basis including the distribution of Lyme Disease, West Nile Virus, and Private Well Testing Results across the county.  He also worked for the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection as a GIS intern.

Ken earned a Masters in City and Regional Planning from Rutgers University with a special concentration in GIS, remote sensing, and planning support systems.

Ken enjoys traveling, weather tracking, and being outdoors and is an avid data geek for everything related to geographies and locations.

“One of the most exciting projects I am working on at The Land Conservancy of New Jersey is the County Farmland Plan, where we are working to identify farms suitable for preservation.  The large project area makes it challenging to ensure the accuracy of the GIS data while also presenting the map effectively.”

Ken’s favorite acre: South Branch Preserve

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