"Ken Margolis started his conservation work at The Nature Conservancy where he served for fifteen years as Northwest Regional Director and Director of Program Development for the International Program. Ken later helped found Conservation International and Ecotrust. In 1991 Ken moved to Kitamaat Village in British Columbia where he worked with the leadership of the Haisla Nation to create the Nanakila Institute and helped protect 960,000 acres of old growth temperate rainforest in the heart of Haisla territory. Ken was later adopted as a member of the Haisla Nation Eagle Clan. After returning from Canada, Ken became President of River Network, where he served for seven years. Since then Ken has worked as a consultant for many conservation and Indian Rights organizations, and several tribal governments. As Development Director, Ken is responsible for organizing and leading the Geos Institute’s development program." 
Resources and articles
- Geos Institute Staff, organizational web page, accessed January 1, 2013.